Business Applications, Common Data Service, Flow, power automate, Power Platform, Uncategorized

Import solution to CDS. Missing Connection references error…

In the morning i tried to bring back some stuff from UAT. When I tried to import my solution back to DEV I was getting errors. My solution contained Flows. Why do I use the classic admin interface to import solutions? Read this article: https://wordpress.com/block-editor/post/msolenacrm.blog/1608 I went the classic interface to import the solution. I've… Continue reading Import solution to CDS. Missing Connection references error…

Flow, power automate

Power Automate: Group/Ungroup in Advanced Condition

It's not even a post ... Just saying I was wondering how simple is to group or ungroup conditions in the Condition action block. Very simple! From Scratch For existing - Group For existing - Ungroup It seams pretty obvious but I wasn't sure it exists in a user-friendly manner. It does!

dynamics 365, Power Platform, PowerApps Portal, Why Do We Code ... Still

Power Apps Portal: deactivate account, no workflow please, thank you

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

Business Applications, Flow, power automate

Power Automate: watch your (white)space!

Well, as per the title. Watch your whitespace. For example, I was getting this error on the checker and tried to figure out what is wrong with the reference name. Flow Checker error When you use expressions you have to type things in. This is where you have to extra careful. Typing in expressions may… Continue reading Power Automate: watch your (white)space!

Business Applications, Common Data Service, Flow, power automate, PowerApps, Uncategorized

Power Automate: PARSE JSON action with value or null

Power automate is endless fun! Today we are going to explore a very "simple" issue which are 2 issues actually: how to define "allow null" in a schema to avoid annoying errorshow to get away with the 1. without the painful consequences Let's start from the beginning! PARSE JSON is a very useful action and… Continue reading Power Automate: PARSE JSON action with value or null