Business Applications, Common Data Service, Dynamics 365 Portals, PowerApps Portal

Power Apps Portal: “Table permission changes for forms and lists on new portals” So what?

In case you missed it... We've got a portal page with the form which is available for anonymous users. It's a valid scenario. And the way we set it up previously was like this: Advanced form No authentication is required. Advanced form - no authentication is required. Advanced Form Step - Enable Table Permission option… Continue reading Power Apps Portal: “Table permission changes for forms and lists on new portals” So what?

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Power App Portal Web API – fighting lookups

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

Azure Development, Azure Integration, Business Applications, PowerApps Portal, Web API

Save Dataverse Notes to Azure Blob Storage and Display on PowerApps Portals (original @curious_mira)

Last month I posted the article describing our exercise with the Azure Blob for the portal notes. The Part 1 is here: https://msolenacrm.blog/2021/07/20/azure-storage-integration-for-power-apps-portals/ This is the second part I advertised created by Mira and all implementation credits go to her as well ๐Ÿ˜Ž: "I have been Exploring with Olena (https://msolenacrm.blog/) how to enable the azure… Continue reading Save Dataverse Notes to Azure Blob Storage and Display on PowerApps Portals (original @curious_mira)

Dynamics 365 Portals, PowerApps Portal, Uncategorized

Power Apps Portals: where do I find my portal current version?!

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?!