Recently I posted about the same issue: https://wordpress.com/post/msolenacrm.blog/1580 . Yesterday I discovered a new way. It looks like OData connector is more friendly than the Web API one. Use FetchXmlBuilder to help you to build the query. Start creating you Dataflow: For the data source on the tab Other pick up the OData connector. For… Continue reading Dataflow for Power Apps: query CDS with OData connector(improved)
In my Dataflow you would like to query CDS data. This is how I you it. Click on New dataflow and enter the name. On the next screen on the tab Other select Web API. Go to your model-driven app Advanced Settings. Select Customizations -> Developer Resources. Copy Instance Web API Service Root URL. Paste… Continue reading ❤ Dataflow for Power Apps: query CDS via Web API❤
When you clicked on the magic button which you found here how do you monitor the progress? In the Power Platform admin center go to Environments. In the list of environments click on the environment you are upgrading Field Service on: https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/environments From Resources click on Dynamics 365 apps ... Enjoy the progress!
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?! 🤔
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