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Changing the Process of a Project already created in Azure DevOps

While setting up and working on a project in Azure DevOps sometimes we realised that the process we have selected is not what we need for the current project and we want to change the process in AzureDevOps without loosing any task. Before making any changes, we should keep a check i.e. The inherited process … Continue reading Changing the Process of a Project already created in Azure DevOps

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Let’s get started with Azure Function for Dynamics 365 CRM: Part 2 [Cloud Deployment]

In the previous blog, we have learned how to create an azure function to connect with Dynamics 365 CRM and create an account record whenever an azure function is triggered by the HTTP request. [Link]. In this blog, we will learn how to deploy the Azure Function App to Azure Cloud so that we can … Continue reading Let’s get started with Azure Function for Dynamics 365 CRM: Part 2 [Cloud Deployment]

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How to GET records from Salesforce using Logic App

Learn how to fetch Salesforce Records in Azure Logic App using two different ways.

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How to GET records from Salesforce using Logic App

Learn how you can easily use SOQL query to fetch Salesforce records in Logic App

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Integrated Security Used in Azure Function

Azure Functions Azure Functions is a serverless compute service that enables you to run code on-demand without having to explicitly provision or manage infrastructure. · Integrated security — Protect HTTP-triggered functions with OAuth providers such as Azure Active Directory, Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Microsoft Account. Azure function has function access key mechanism which provide security … Continue reading Integrated Security Used in Azure Function

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Let’s get started with Azure Function for Dynamics 365 CRM: Part 1

In this blog, we will learn how to create an Azure Function App to connect it with Dynamics 365 CRM and perform the CRUD operation in Dynamics 365 CRM. First, we will create an Azure Function project for Dynamics 365 CRM from Visual Studio, and below are the steps for the same. Open Visual Studio … Continue reading Let’s get started with Azure Function for Dynamics 365 CRM: Part 1

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Post message on teams with logic app

Hello everyone in this blog we will see how we can post a message on a teams channel using logic app. Step 1: Go to portal.azure.com and select logic app azure service. Step 2:  Create a logic by filling the details accordingly. Step 3: Select the recurrence trigger for logic app Step 4: Now click … Continue reading Post message on teams with logic app

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Developer Tools for Logic Apps 1 : Create Logic app using Azure Portal

Azure Logic Apps is a cloud service that automates the execution of your business processes or workflows. It allows you to use a graphical design tool called the Logic Apps Designer to arrange pre-made components into the sequence you need. There are three ways in which we can create Logic App. Azure Portal – probably the most used form. … Continue reading Developer Tools for Logic Apps 1 : Create Logic app using Azure Portal

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Developer Tools for Logic Apps 2: How to Add Logic App extension in Visual Studio

Posted On February 9, 2021 by Yogesh Gore Posted in

In order to create logic app using visual studio we should have VS Community edition or greater. Prerequisites Visual Studio 2019, 2017, or 2015 – Community edition or greater; Visual Studio Tools for Azure: In the Visual Studio installer, install Visual Studio (or modify an existing installation). Make sure the Azure development and ASP.NET and web development workloads are selected. Install Azure … Continue reading Developer Tools for Logic Apps 2: How to Add Logic App extension in Visual Studio

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Developer Tools for Logic Apps 3: Using the Visual Studio to create your Logic Apps

Posted On February 9, 2021 by Yogesh Gore Posted in

The Logic Apps designer integrates with the current Azure Resource Group project so you can seamlessly work with resource deployments that include Logic Apps.  Open Visual Studio and on the Create a new project panel, select C# > Azure > Cloud, or select for Azure Resource Group; Select Azure Resource Group from the template list; On the Configure your new project panel, give a proper Project name, Location, Solution name, … Continue reading Developer Tools for Logic Apps 3: Using the Visual Studio to create your Logic Apps

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