Dev Best Practice (and common sense), dynamics 365, PowerApps, PowerPack, Uncategorized

Add-Ons, No-code and Other Imaginary Friends vs System Support and Maintenance (random drawings)

Customisation & Configuration  No Add-Ons   + Add-Ons   Business Logic Complicity No Add-Ons + Add-Ons + Add-Ons + “No coding” coding   Support Support Responsibilities *US - a Dev team for the continues development or a Customer/Support Team - for after GoLive Triage Responsibilities *US - a Dev team for the continues development or… Continue reading Add-Ons, No-code and Other Imaginary Friends vs System Support and Maintenance (random drawings)

Dynamics 365 Portals

Dynamics 365 Portals : Sign Out Issue

The issue: unable to Sign Out from Dynamics 365 portal. Symptoms: logged in portal user remains signed in even after signing out from the portal. This is, actually, a very convenient "feature", if you always work with a portal from your personal computer (like I do). However, if you share the same desktop with your colleagues,… Continue reading Dynamics 365 Portals : Sign Out Issue

Dynamics 365 Portals

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Portals: Azure AD Authentication + Redeem Invitation End to End Process Set Up

If you need to set up Azure AD authentication for the portal with the portal users matched to the existing CRM contacts, when a new contact creation in CRM is not allowed by the business rules, please, read this article below. I wish someone had written it for me 🙂 The Requirements R1. Set up… Continue reading Microsoft Dynamics 365 Portals: Azure AD Authentication + Redeem Invitation End to End Process Set Up

CRM Consulting Best Practice

MS CRM Development: coding vs no-coding solutions

I have been working with Microsoft CRM from version 1.2. As a developer, of course. The CRM development is my bread and butter, my passion and my Superhero playground. However… Most of the times I was getting my daily “YOU ARE A GENIUS!” brownie points for something which has nothing to do with the actual… Continue reading MS CRM Development: coding vs no-coding solutions