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Resolve the dependency between multiple solutions in D365 Customer Engagement / CRM Solution using Solution Component Mover.

You have might question in your mind that why we need to move the components from one solution to another solution in D365 Customer Engagement So, let’s consider a scenario you and your team is working on D365 CRM customization and created the two solution — ‘ Solution A’ and ‘Solution B’. While customization development when you … Continue reading Resolve the dependency between multiple solutions in D365 Customer Engagement / CRM Solution using Solution Component Mover.

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Expose a CRM Entity to Make API Calls in Dynamics 365 Portal

Sometimes we may get scenario wherein we have to make API calls to an entity from dynamics 365 Portals, so here is my blog that will guide you step by step to how to achieve the same. In CRM navigate to dynamics 365 Portals as shown below. Click on entity list as shown below Click … Continue reading Expose a CRM Entity to Make API Calls in Dynamics 365 Portal

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How to Reset Environment in CRM D365

  Introduction : In this blog, we will see how to reset CRM D365 Environment. Requirement of Client is Sales App but while installing Environment what if we installed all Apps ? Solution : We can reset the Environment. In this scenario, Our client requirement is only Sales App and we have installed all Apps. … Continue reading How to Reset Environment in CRM D365

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How to connect Power BI to MySQL

In this blog we’ll see how to Connect Power BI to the MySQL . Before connecting to MySQL make sure you have MySQL connector install on your machine. Follow following steps to connect to the MySQL Open Power BI Desktop and select Get Data > Database > MySQL Database. For example, if you have a local MySQL server running … Continue reading How to connect Power BI to MySQL

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Steps to Configure Environments through Life Cycle Services (LCS)

Configuration of Environment through LCS. After we purchase licence, Login the LCS through Admin account. You can see the follow link to complete setup environment. Before configuring the environments there are some pre-requisites need to be performed. Declaration of project milestone. Click on setup milestone, Enter the end date for each milestone and save. 2. … Continue reading Steps to Configure Environments through Life Cycle Services (LCS)

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Making SQL Server Accessible Over Internet

We can Make the SQL Server Accessible over Internet by following steps: 1. System should have static IP where SQL server is installed. 2. Open SSMS, right click on server > properties and check SQL Server and Windows Authentication mode 3. Go to Server > Security > Logins and configure password for users, who will be accessing the … Continue reading Making SQL Server Accessible Over Internet

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How to Create Storage Account in Azure Portal

Hi, in this blog we will see how to create a storage account in azure portal. On the Azure portal menu, select All services. In the list of resources, type Storage Accounts. As you begin typing, the list filters based on your input. Select Storage Accounts. On the Storage Accounts window that appears, choose Add. Select the subscription in which to … Continue reading How to Create Storage Account in Azure Portal

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Conditional Formatting by Row in a Matrix

Introduction: This blog will show you how you can color individual rows differently based on different conditions and the row headers in matrix (Not alternating rows). Our Scenario: I want to apply colors to different rows of the following Buckets: Current – No Color 1-30 Days Past Due – Yellow 31-60 Days Past Due – … Continue reading Conditional Formatting by Row in a Matrix

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Trigger Power Automate on Condition

Introduction This blog explains how we can trigger Power Automate based on the required condition. Suppose you have a requirement where you want your flow should get trigger based on some condition then you can check condition on “Trigger” itself rather than adding a new action to check condition. Use Case: Trigger flow when Lead … Continue reading Trigger Power Automate on Condition

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