dynamics 365, Power Platform, PowerApps Portal, Why Do We Code ... Still

Power Apps Portal: deactivate account, no workflow please, thank you

The real-life scenario: a portal user (agency) indicates that they don't manage a particular property anymore. The action is performed via self-service portal. From a user experience perspective, the property has to "disappear" from the list of active properties immediately after "no manage" action is performed. If we choose to use Deactivate as an action… Continue reading Power Apps Portal: deactivate account, no workflow please, thank you

Business Applications, Flow, power automate

Power Automate: watch your (white)space!

Well, as per the title. Watch your whitespace. For example, I was getting this error on the checker and tried to figure out what is wrong with the reference name. Flow Checker error When you use expressions you have to type things in. This is where you have to extra careful. Typing in expressions may… Continue reading Power Automate: watch your (white)space!

Dynamics 365 Portals, PowerApps Portal, Uncategorized

Power Apps Portals: where do I find my portal current version?!

It's a very simple question indeed. If you think you can just go to the Admin portal and check... If you think you can find it in the portal Overview or settings ... It's a very simple thing, indeed. So why it's so not easy to find this information?! As you probably know we are… Continue reading Power Apps Portals: where do I find my portal current version?!

Business Applications, dynamics 365, Model-driven, PowerApps, Uncategorized

Dynamics 365 CE/model-driven app: the form script unexpected discovery

Something I won't expect to discover. Yet, here I am! It's all started with a very "simple" requirement to populate a read-only form field on change of another form field, Method. The fancy way it set up is when you select the field to change it pops up the window asking you if it was… Continue reading Dynamics 365 CE/model-driven app: the form script unexpected discovery

Business Applications, Common Data Service, Flow, power automate, PowerApps, Uncategorized

Power Automate: PARSE JSON action with value or null

Power automate is endless fun! Today we are going to explore a very "simple" issue which are 2 issues actually: how to define "allow null" in a schema to avoid annoying errorshow to get away with the 1. without the painful consequences Let's start from the beginning! PARSE JSON is a very useful action and… Continue reading Power Automate: PARSE JSON action with value or null