I was importing my unmanaged solution then the error has occurred. I was using a new UI. After spending some unpleasant time researching and trying different things I came across this post in the Hosk's blog: https://crmbusiness.wordpress.com/2020/06/02/dynamics-365-solution-error%e2%80%8a-%e2%80%8acomponents-are-missing-import-the-managed-solution-with-these-components-active/ Thank you very much, Hosk, you are truly marvelous! I realized that I have to switch to the… Continue reading Dynamics 365 solution error - Components are missing, import the managed solution with these Components (Active)!
With the new Power Apps admin portal if you want to upgrade the Field Service solution you have to do the following: Go to Power Platform Admin center: https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/ 2. From the left navigation Resources -> Dynamics 365 apps: 3. Select Dynamics 365 Field Service. 4.Click on ... then click on Install. It looks scary… Continue reading Field Service upgrade: where is my button?! 🤔
Unlike for a default environment for a new trial environment, your Office 365 users won’t get the access automatically and you can’t manage this access via Microsoft Office 365 Admin portal. Or even via model-driven UI for your newly set up environment. You have to add users one by one using the steps below. From… Continue reading Setting up non-admin users to create apps with AI Builder on a non-default environment
Since Microsoft first introduced the concept of a solution we all live in fear of creating an entity with the prefix "new_". If you do things properly you create a solution first, define a publisher with the unique prefix then all new entities and custom fields will be created with that prefix. For example, for… Continue reading The curious case of the model-driven app prefix_