RSS is powerful and taming it wisely really helps! 🙂 Here’s an example where I used it to get a notification whenever a new blog was posted by Microsoft in their Dynamics 365 Blog page. It is my attempt to stay updated on the latest posts so that I don’t miss anything. Scenario Let’s say, … Continue reading Get RSS Notifications to phone for important blog posts using Power Automate
Since Power Automate is so powerful that you can creatively use it to improve your productivity at work. Here’s an example of how you can utilize a scenario where you need a quick checklist to make sure you respond all important emails for the day. Power Automate You’ll need to create an Automated Power Automate … Continue reading Create To Do Items of Important Emails using Power Automate
A simple and most common questions asked are if we can add more columns to the Schedule view in D365 Project Service Automation v3. Well, yes! And it’s pretty simple too. So, out-of-the-box, this is what you see on the Schedule view Adding Field to the Schedule Control PSA v3 out-of-the-box has all these custom … Continue reading Add columns in Schedule view on Project in Dynamics 365 for PSA v3
This is one of the standard approaches if you want to copy over a Production instance over to a Sandbox one. Most common scenarios being when you’ve on-boarded a new client to Dynamics 365 / PowerPlatform and you’re nearing Go Live for the first time! You need a Sandbox to then follow new customization on … Continue reading Create new Sandbox and copy Production over to it in PowerPlatform Admin Center
Now, just putting an Excel with some crude data in it won’t really be identified in the Canvas App you are making. Perhaps you’re missing something. Let’s say, I want to read an Excel file from OneDrive For Business into my Canvas App, I select the Excel file from the OneDrive for Business connection like … Continue reading Correctly connect to an Excel file in a Canvas PowerApp
What is “Does not support untyped value in non-open type” ODataException in creating records in D365 CE?
One of the most common errors we come across while calling API to create records in Dynamics but isn’t clear what it means? One such issue is – “An error occurred while validating input parameters: Microsoft.OData.ODataException: Does not support untyped value in non-open type.” On the console of the browser, you’ll see this – But, … Continue reading What is “Does not support untyped value in non-open type” ODataException in creating records in D365 CE?
Isn’t it just too easy to see from Flow (Power Automate’s) Runs what data was passed on? A simple switch in the Power Automate designer will secure this. Default Behavior By default, if you have access to the Flow, you can simply go in and see the inputs Secure Input / Output In the Flow … Continue reading Secure Input/Output in Power Automate Run History
In a hurry, you perhaps selected a similar looking Price List on your Quote and you want to change it. Example: By mistake, I have selected “SalesPriceListINR” and want to select “SalesPriceListUS” But when you try to do this, you can’t see the PriceList you want to set. Why is that? Currency That’s because the … Continue reading D365 General Tip: Currency field affects PriceList field
Using Xrm.WebApi needs you to be careful with the field names and what to use when. Especially, when you are dealing with Lookups. One of the most common errors you’ll come across is the one like below – “An undeclared property (fieldname you entered) which only has property annotations in the payload but no property … Continue reading Set Lookups in Xrm.WebApi D365 v9 correctly