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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?

How to Run Jobs manually in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Retail

“Run Jobs” – as the name suggests is a process between Retail Channels and Retail essentials through which we transfer data between channels and database. Please Note: Jobs Run at a specified time which may be different for every Retail Scheduler. Be aware of what the time is set for jobs to run automatically.  Running … Continue reading How to Run Jobs manually in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Retail

Why blank locked fields won’t let you save the record – Quote ID example

So, I struggled some time in trying to make something just work as it was supposed to work. And for no conscious reason, I was able to figure out why. As to why my Quote wouldn’t save and auto generate the usual Quote ID? It kept asking me to enter it! Problem OOB, Quote ID … Continue reading Why blank locked fields won’t let you save the record – Quote ID example

Show selective entities in Activity Party List in D365 Activities

Out-of-the-box, D365 Activity Party List field, say, Appointment’s Required/Optional Attendees fields lets you choose among multiple Activity Party enabled entities when you want to select records. And perhaps you don’t even want users to select what’s not relevant. Let’s look at how we can show only the required entities in the selection list. Before that, … Continue reading Show selective entities in Activity Party List in D365 Activities

Shortcut to Settings from Unified Interface: D365

If you’re spending time looking and wondering that you always need to go to the app switcher to go the Settings from the Unified Interface, you need to do the following – Once you are in the Unified Interface, click on the Gear icon next to the help icon on top-right corner as shown below … Continue reading Shortcut to Settings from Unified Interface: D365

Assign your D365 records but keep access as well

Introduction: At times, you are asked to assign certain CRM records to other users and you just have to do it as a part of the process. But let’s face it, you still wonder what might have happened to the record after you assigned it to them but your security roles won’t let you access … Continue reading Assign your D365 records but keep access as well

Send Custom Emails using SendGrids API

Introduction: In this blog we will demonstrate how to send custom emails using SendGrids API. Scenario: If we want to send custom emails to customers stored in Dynamics 365 with different email body for every customer based on their data stored in CRM, it is not possible to do so by using the normal Email … Continue reading Send Custom Emails using SendGrids API

Keep access to Assigned records in D365

Introduction: At times, you are asked to assign certain CRM records to other users and you just have to do it as a part of the process. But let’s face it, you still wonder what might have happened to the record after you assigned it to them but your security roles won’t let you access … Continue reading Keep access to Assigned records in D365

D365 Unified Interface: Enabling embedded legacy dialogs

Introduction: Quite simply put, some of the embedded dialogs like the Advanced Find, Merge Records, Assign & Edit record windows which are not by default visible on the Unified Client Like when you multi-select records, you can’t see the typical Merge, Edit buttons on the ribbon. Here’s how you enable them. System Settings: In your … Continue reading D365 Unified Interface: Enabling embedded legacy dialogs

Calculated Currency Field doesn’t support Min or Max values

Introduction: This is an observation I made when one of our clients wanted to have a limit on the calculated fields. Let’s say, a lower limit of the currency field that is expected to throw an error (or somehow not allow) the currency going in negative values for a calculated field. Observation: Now, I want … Continue reading Calculated Currency Field doesn’t support Min or Max values

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