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Integrate Customers from Shopify with D365 for Finance and Operation using Microsoft flow

Using Microsoft flow you can automate and organize the flow of data between your Shopify and Microsoft D365 for Finance and Operation This the 1st part of 2. In this, I will show you how customers can be auto-created in D365 for Finance and Operation when it’s created in Shopify. First, log into Shopify as … Continue reading Integrate Customers from Shopify with D365 for Finance and Operation using Microsoft flow

How to use Expand Query in MS Flows

Introduction This blog explains how to use Expand Query (N:1 Relationship) in the Common Data Service List Records Connector. Steps to be followed: Initialize Variable of type string. Using Expand in list RecordsExpand Query: cf_Project($select=cf_projectname,cf_projectabbreviation) Here cf_Project is the Schema Name of Project Lookup field on location entity. Pass the field names of the project … Continue reading How to use Expand Query in MS Flows

Secure Input/Output in Power Automate Run History

Isn’t it just too easy to see from Flow (Power Automate’s) Runs what data was passed on? A simple switch in the Power Automate designer will secure this. Default Behavior By default, if you have access to the Flow, you can simply go in and see the inputs Secure Input / Output In the Flow … Continue reading Secure Input/Output in Power Automate Run History

Enable Flow button on D365 Ribbon

Posted On July 10, 2019 by Priyesh Wagh Posted in Tagged in

This is a pretty simple tweak to either show or hide the Flow button on the entity Forms’ Ribbon. Flow Button Not Visible System Settings Navigate to Settings > Administration. Go to System Settings In System Settings, under Customization tab, look for Enable Microsoft Flow option. You’ll be asked for permission Now, this is turned … Continue reading Enable Flow button on D365 Ribbon

Using “startswith” Filter Query in MS Flow

Introduction This blog explains how to use “startswith” filter query in MS Flow. Use Case Using MS Flows to retrieve the bunch of students who’s mobile numbers begin with +91 and send them a text (using Twilio connector) regarding the Top Indian Universities. The “starts with” filter query in MS Flows allows to easily achieve … Continue reading Using “startswith” Filter Query in MS Flow

Using “contains” Filter Query in MS Flow

Introduction This blog explains how to use “contains” filter query in MS Flow. Use Case Retrieve all the Accounts whose name contains ‘cloud’. Steps to be Followed: We will use “Dynamics 365 – List records” Actions. Enter the Organization Name and entity.Filter Query: contains(name,’cloud’) name is the logical name of the field which stores the account … Continue reading Using “contains” Filter Query in MS Flow

Run OnDemand Workflow in D365 CE UCI Apps

Introduction: This blog explains the steps on how to enable OnDemand Workflow in D365 CE UCI Apps. Scenario: After clients are upgraded to D365 CE V9 version, Users are unable to use Classic App functionality to run OnDemand Workflows which was showstopper since it was routine task and much needed functionality. Steps: Below are steps … Continue reading Run OnDemand Workflow in D365 CE UCI Apps

Create Folder Structure in SharePoint using MS Flows

Introduction: In this blog we will see how we can create folder structure in SharePoint for Leads when the record is created in CRM using MS Flows Pre Requisites: SharePoint Integration must be enabled for the required entities Implementation Step 1: Here in our Flows we have used “Create of a record(Leads)” as trigger condition. … Continue reading Create Folder Structure in SharePoint using MS Flows

Error handing in MS Flows

Introduction: In this blog we will be going through the steps of Error Handling in Microsoft Flows. Implementation: Step 1: We have created a basic flow that is triggered when a HTTP POST Request has be made to the generated URL. The body will contain a JSON array with some data The flow will then … Continue reading Error handing in MS Flows

Get Feedback from customers after Case is resolved using MS Flows

Introduction: In this blog we will use MS Flows to send out Surveys to customers once the Status Reason on the case is “Problem Resolved”. Implementation: Step 1: Below shown is the configuration of the flow. The flow is triggered once the Status Reason field in the case is changed. The statuscode is 5 which … Continue reading Get Feedback from customers after Case is resolved using MS Flows