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How to Pin Entire Report Page to Dashboard in Power BI

Dashboard is created to get a brief overview of your report by pinning visuals to an Existing dashboard or to a new dashboard. But sometimes it might be required to pin all the visuals of your page in the report to your dashboard. This blog will guide you through how this can be achieved.

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How to publish your Power BI report to CRM Dashboard

Instead of viewing dashboard and report on Power BI Web Service, we can directly view it in CRM. We need to publish the Power BI dashboard to our CRM Environment. This Blog will guide you through it can be done.

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Clean Up of Data in D365 CRM

Problem Statement: Data Cleansing is always considered as a tedious task. When we have a look at our CRM systems we might find data full of duplicates, test records or blank records. A well defined approach comes in handy to systematically clean up your data. Below is the approach to clean Account data in dynamics … Continue reading Clean Up of Data in D365 CRM

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Change the Position of Data Card on the Form in PowerApps.

Introduction: In this blog, we will learn how to set the position of Data Card in form. Steps: 1.This is the form of Quote Product. Where all the Data Card is placed one after another. 2.We want this card to be beside one another. 3.To achieve this, click on the Data Card and change X … Continue reading Change the Position of Data Card on the Form in PowerApps.

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Lookup Field with multiple search columns in PowerApps.

Introduction: In this blog, we will learn how to set multiple search fields in a Lookup Field. Use Case: We have a requirement where there is a Field (Data Field: Lookup) on the form, which should search records according to multiple columns. The Field on the Form is a Combo Box Steps: 1. This is … Continue reading Lookup Field with multiple search columns in PowerApps.

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Professional Services Automation Software for CPA Firms

It does not matter if an accounting firm is small or big, they can greatly benefit when they use Professional Services Automation Software for CPA Firms. This software provides valuable insights and actionable data related to activities concerning accounting. In a nutshell, PSA software helps in streamlining the processes and will ensure that CPA firms … Continue reading Professional Services Automation Software for CPA Firms

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Dynamics 365 Portals – How to Try Them Out for Free

Dynamics 365 portal helps you to provide additional support to your customers, partners, employees, and others. It helps you to stay connected and provide the necessary assistance. The best part about the whole thing is that you can get the portal if you have an active Dynamics 365  subscription. You need to follow simple steps … Continue reading Dynamics 365 Portals – How to Try Them Out for Free

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Microsoft Power BI – Joining contents of two tables into one table using Append Power Query

In this blog we will learn how to append two or more table into new table or existing table. The Append Queries in Microsoft Power BI is an equivalent of UNION ALL in SQL. Consider two sample customer table; one for CustomerOne: And Customertwo: Open Microsoft Power BI for Desktop > Get Data > Excel … Continue reading Microsoft Power BI – Joining contents of two tables into one table using Append Power Query

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How to Install and Locate new Plugin in XRM

This Blog will show you how you can Install and locate your Plugins in XRM new interface.

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List of users for a security role | D365FO

Introduction: In this blog, we will see how we can get list of users who has assigned a specific security role   Solution:  UserInfo userInfo; SecurityRole securityRole; SecurityUserRole securityUserRole; while select networkAlias from userInfo where userInfo.networkAlias exists join securityUserRole where securityUserRole.User == userInfo.id exists join securityRole where securityRole.RecId == securityUserRole.SecurityRole && securityRole.Name == ‘Sales manager(NameOfTheSecurityRole)’ { … Continue reading List of users for a security role | D365FO

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