Business Applications, Common Data Service, dynamics 365, Dynamics 365 - new UI

Dynamics 365 solution error - Components are missing, import the managed solution with these Components (Active)!

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)!

Business Applications, dynamics 365, Dynamics 365 - new UI, Model-driven

Field Service upgrade: where is my button?! 🤔

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?! 🤔

Business Applications, Common Data Service, dynamics 365, Dynamics 365 - new UI

Xrm.WebApi. “The query parameter $select is not supported” error.

Don't be like me! This is the JavaScript: var uriClientLegacy = "?$select = cca_legacyservicefee, defaultpricelevelid & $filter=accountid eq " + clientLookupId; Xrm.WebApi.retrieveMultipleRecords("account", uriClientLegacy).then( function success(result) { ... }, function (error) { console.log(error.message); // handle error conditions alert(error.message); }); And this is the execution result: {"error":{"code":"0x0","message":"The query parameter $select is not supported","innererror":{"message":"The query parameter $select is… Continue reading Xrm.WebApi. “The query parameter $select is not supported” error.

Business Applications, Dynamics 365 - new UI, PowerApps, Uncategorized

Setting up non-admin users to create apps with AI Builder on a non-default environment

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

Business Applications, Dev Best Practice (and common sense), dynamics 365, Dynamics 365 - new UI, Model-driven, PowerApps, Uncategorized

The curious case of the model-driven app prefix_

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_