Today is "that day of the year", the MVP renewal day. You could see lots of posts on Twitter and LinkedIn about the event. MVPs are posting about being renewed for another year. It means more community work, opportunities, more tech knowledge shared, and more questions answered. It means more fun! I've been a part… Continue reading 5 reasons why (you believe) you can’t be Microsoft MVP and why you should rethink it
I would like to share my recent experience with loading a CSV file via Dataflow to Dataverse with you. Today, I downloaded the list of leads from the conference we sponsored last week. There is no better way to load it to my sales app on Dataverse - it's a Dataflow way! At least for… Continue reading Dataflows for PowerApps: loading data from CSV file without copying it to OneDrive in advance. 💖😎👍
We will start with the 100% helpful Microsoft docs articles: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/portals/web-api-overview https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/portals/web-api-perform-operations I haven't had any issues with simple type fields but I stuck with lookups. Remembering my first time exploring the portal Web API, I didn't run into this issue. Or maybe it worked slightly differently during that times. There are some articles in… Continue reading Power App Portal Web API – fighting lookups
Using the Capacity page in the Power Platform Admin Center we can extract the details of size occupied by table (in MB) within a particular environment.
Login to the admin portal and navigate to Capacity
Select the Dataverse tab and click on Details or in case of trial click on the Trial tab
Here we have selected the details (graph) option for one of the environments.
Select Download all tables option for the Top database capacity use, by table chart
We can see the details within the extracted CSV file.
Get all the details here
Hope it helps..
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