In the consulting world, we get the document generation requirements for most medium to large-size projects. Traditionally, for Dynamics 365 projects we used document generation add-ons, like Document Core Pack or Xpertdoc to generate documents. However, it's unnecessary in the world of Power Platform where all requirements could be addressed with just Power Platform. I've… Continue reading Generating simple and complex documents with just Power Platform, no add-ons.
In case you missed it... We've got a portal page with the form which is available for anonymous users. It's a valid scenario. And the way we set it up previously was like this: Advanced form No authentication is required. Advanced form - no authentication is required. Advanced Form Step - Enable Table Permission option… Continue reading Power Apps Portal: “Table permission changes for forms and lists on new portals” So what?
I would like to share my recent experience with loading a CSV file via Dataflow to Dataverse with you. Today, I downloaded the list of leads from the conference we sponsored last week. There is no better way to load it to my sales app on Dataverse - it's a Dataflow way! At least for… Continue reading Dataflows for PowerApps: loading data from CSV file without copying it to OneDrive in advance. 💖😎👍
As you know I am a very big fan of Dataflows. The biggest ask from me was always the ability to trigger the Dataflow refresh on demand from a Power App. Initially, Dataflows you could only run from the maker portal. You need all sort of "powerful" security roles and permissions to do so. Dataflows… Continue reading Dataflows for Power Apps: run import from the app
Last month I posted the article describing our exercise with the Azure Blob for the portal notes. The Part 1 is here: https://msolenacrm.blog/2021/07/20/azure-storage-integration-for-power-apps-portals/ This is the second part I advertised created by Mira and all implementation credits go to her as well 😎: "I have been Exploring with Olena (https://msolenacrm.blog/) how to enable the azure… Continue reading Save Dataverse Notes to Azure Blob Storage and Display on PowerApps Portals (original @curious_mira)