Azure Development, Custom Connectors, Dataverse, Power Automate, Uncategorized

Azure Functions in Power Platform multiple environments

Working with real customer’s deployment requires managing multiple environments – at least Test and Production or additionally a Dev environment. One of the common patterns we use in the solutions is to use Azure Functions as an effective, serverless extension of the point-and-click Power Automate flows. This pattern utilises a Custom Connector created to embed the function call and parameters into… Continue reading Azure Functions in Power Platform multiple environments

Business Applications, Common Data Service, Flow, Power Automate, Power Platform, Uncategorized

Import solution to CDS. Missing Connection references error…

In the morning i tried to bring back some stuff from UAT. When I tried to import my solution back to DEV I was getting errors. My solution contained Flows. Why do I use the classic admin interface to import solutions? Read this article: https://wordpress.com/block-editor/post/msolenacrm.blog/1608 I went the classic interface to import the solution. I've… Continue reading Import solution to CDS. Missing Connection references error…

Common Data Service, Flow, Power Automate

Power Automate: sum(field1, field2, field3, field4) is greater than 0.Easy?

The requirement is to summarize 4 number field values to determine if the total is greater than 0. What could possibly go wrong? You think it should be somewhere in the Expression under Math functions. Think again. The add only allows to summarise 2(!?) numbers. Not 3, not 4. It let me to add extra… Continue reading Power Automate: sum(field1, field2, field3, field4) is greater than 0.Easy?

Flow, Power Automate

Power Automate: Group/Ungroup in Advanced Condition

It's not even a post ... Just saying I was wondering how simple is to group or ungroup conditions in the Condition action block. Very simple! From Scratch For existing - Group For existing - Ungroup It seams pretty obvious but I wasn't sure it exists in a user-friendly manner. It does!

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!