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Dynamically filter required Fields/Columns from a Record’s BPF and Form and apply Requirement to those fields

Hi Everyone, Let me explain this topic with an example of a scenario that you might encounter. I’ll walk you through how to complete this scenario in a concise manner below. Use Case Let’s say you have a Table (Entity) with or without multiple Business Process Flows (BPFs) that include some required Fields and even … Continue reading Dynamically filter required Fields/Columns from a Record’s BPF and Form and apply Requirement to those fields

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Import an API and all its operations using its documentation in Azure API Management

Most of the time you would need to import an entire API collection with all of its supported operations to mask all of them or set policies on them. This can be easily done using Azure API management service. To start, log in to your Azure Portal, head over to the API management resource, and … Continue reading Import an API and all its operations using its documentation in Azure API Management

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Mask your APIs using Azure API management

Most of the time you don’t want to show the original API URL or want to hide the original URL for security purposes in your code. This can be easily achieved if we assign this original URL to some other URL so end users can’t find out what’s the original API. So let’s see how … Continue reading Mask your APIs using Azure API management

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Create and deploy your first Azure Function using Visual Studio

In my previous blog, we created and deployed an Azure function using the Azure Portal itself. Now In this part of the blog, we will see how we can create and deploy Azure Function using Visual Studio. To proceed you would need ASP.NET and Azure Development extensions installed on top of your Visual Studio. If … Continue reading Create and deploy your first Azure Function using Visual Studio

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Create your first Azure Function using the Azure Portal

Learning serverless Azure Functions and deploying them, might sound like a daunting task. Azure functions are one of the most essential features of Microsoft Azure. In this article, we will see how we can create and deploy our first function using Azure Portal itself. In the next blog, I will also demonstrate how we can … Continue reading Create your first Azure Function using the Azure Portal

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CI/CD Pipeline using YAML file

This is blog is intended to share information about creating a CI / CD Pipeline using YAML file. Case Study Create a CI/CD pipeline using YAML for a web application So, let’s start with lets creating a project Use cmd to create a project and then bind it to a solution Create Solution dotnet new … Continue reading CI/CD Pipeline using YAML file

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Make form read-only using JavaScript 

Posted On September 23, 2022 by Richie Jacob Posted in Tagged in ,

One way to lock down a form is through JavaScript. Let’s go through how to do this by looking at the code. var formCustomizations = { disableForm: function (executionContext) { let formContext = executionContext.getFormContext(); let formControls = formContext.ui.controls; formControls.forEach(element => { if (element.getName() != “” && element.getName() != null) { element.setDisabled(true); } }); } } … Continue reading Make form read-only using JavaScript 

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Cancel the running flows with JavaScript code

We will look at how we can use JavaScript to cancel flows that are running without canceling each flow manually. To do this, follow the steps below. Let’s look at a scenario where we are seeing the flows that are in a running state and are not terminating. Click on All runs, this navigates you … Continue reading Cancel the running flows with JavaScript code

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Dynamic visibility of Gallery Items based on previous item data in Canvas PowerApps

Introduction Let’s say you come across a scenario where you want to show dynamic records for your gallery items based on previous record details. For example: Let’s say a basic Q&A where the User should input data and then proceed.So, I have created something similar that will help in developing such a design quickly and … Continue reading Dynamic visibility of Gallery Items based on previous item data in Canvas PowerApps

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Download SSRS report as a PDF with Power Automate – Part 2

In this blog, we will see how to extract the value for PdfDownloadUrl so we can load it into another request and get our PDF.

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