Business Applications, dynamics 365

Dynamics 365 CE: Investigating the conflicting business rules issue

Recently, we run into the weird issue which we initially assessed as the upgrade to V9 related. The issue was that some form fields were aren't marked as required based on the Account type based on the business logic. We use the unhealthy mix of scripts and business rules for the form logic. Also, we… Continue reading Dynamics 365 CE: Investigating the conflicting business rules issue

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.

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, 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, dynamics 365, Dynamics 365 Portals, PowerApps Portal, Uncategorized

Power Apps Portal Maintenance: The curious incident of the naughty user.

In the last article here I proposed the design for the custom Maintenance functionality: https://msolenacrm.blog/2020/06/20/power-apps-portal-summon-the-custom-error-page-to-test-a-custom-layout/ After the serious testing we discovered that the solution works, to some extent. For the naughty user ignoring our warnings to leave the portal during maintenance, it is possible to stay on the cached web page, go for a coffee… Continue reading Power Apps Portal Maintenance: The curious incident of the naughty user.