All the amazing docs, which help you to start are available here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/portals/web-api-perform-operations#update-and-delete-entities-using-the-web-api https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/portals/web-api-overview#web-api-operations I was testing the scenario where we had to workaround with the plugin: prior portal Web API times 🙂 it wasn't possible to deactivate a record from a portal with a status different from the default one. Now it's super easy!… Continue reading Power Apps Portal: deactivating records from a portal via Web API
Looking at Web API for portals this weekend. For the scenarios we currently workaround, with the API it's all easy. There is a very documentation available which will help you to start: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/portals/web-api-perform-operations and here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/portals/web-api-overview#web-api-operations When I was trying to bind a related entity on create I was getting the following error: "An undeclared… Continue reading Power Apps portal Web API: (ERROR)An undeclared property … which only has property annotations in the payload but no property value was found in the payload…
I've been working with portal for so many years that every time something like this is happening I feel like dying of emberrasement. For my demo entity list, I couldn't get the Edit button to appear and I knew, I knew it was about Entity permissions. You need to make sure you set up your… Continue reading Power Apps portals: my Edit button doesn’t show on a grid (Déjà vu)
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
It's a very simple question indeed. If you think you can just go to the Admin portal and check... If you think you can find it in the portal Overview or settings ... It's a very simple thing, indeed. So why it's so not easy to find this information?! As you probably know we are… Continue reading Power Apps Portals: where do I find my portal current version?!