Tip #1339: The easiest CDS/Dynamics 365/CRM connection ever

Question I need to write a small console app that can authenticate to an online CRM instance with multi-factor authentication turned on. Can anyone point me in the right direction on how to accomplish this? Stephen Smith We’ve been through the topic of connections a few times before but this conversation is just too good […]

Tip #1313: Blocked by conditional access

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We are back from the travel bursts, some reorganization, and “hold my beer I’m too busy to do it myself” spurts. The first post after this short hiatus is not going to be about Power Automate, however tempting it might be. We’ll get to that subject later on this week. In the meantime, something a […]

Tip #1312: View process history from Unified Interface forms

Tipster note–this tip is an unsupported tip. It’s not going to damage anything, but it is unsupported and may stop working with future updates. Proceed at your own risk. So you have moved to unified interface, but you want to be able to see the process and workflow history for a record. Microsoft has not […]

Tip #1310: Using Flow to test concurrency

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Today’s tip is from Shidin ‘D365fanboi’ Haridas – thank you! Got a tip of your own? Why won’t you send it to jar@crmtipoftheday.com when you have a minute? Now, over to Shidin. Most CRM implementations, at some point, would have required to implement a bespoke auto-numbering system. However, testing the custom built auto-numbering solution end-scenarios, […]

Tip #1278: This message never ends

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Sometimes even the best of the best could be puzzled by the mysterious innerworkings of Dynamics 365/CDS SDK. Tanguy “The XRM Toolbox” Touzard was not having a good day… For one of my projects, I’m using ReassignObjectsOwnerRequest SDK message to move records from one team to another team. When this request should last more than […]

Tip #1277: Alternative connector to trigger Flow from Dynamics 365

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I’ve always been a fan of webhooks. In fact, I even manage to mention them twice in my rare crystal ball post for developers. Today’s tip is a good reminder from Stefan Strube that webhooks are not only a solid way to launch your code in Azure Function but also can be a good alternative […]

Tip #1270: Table or view is not full-text indexed

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Today’s tip is from Marius Agur Hagelund “Viking” Lind (actually, I’m confused, perhaps it’s Marius “Viking” Agur Hagelund Lind?). Got a tip of your own? Send it to jar@crmtipoftheday.com. Cannot use CONTAINS or FREETEXT predicate on table or indexed view because it is not full-text indexed Mean SQL Server If you’ve ever got this error […]

Tip #1255: Say hello to PowerApps Component Framework

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At long last we have that abbreviation sorted out. CCF PCF or PowerApps control Component Framework a.k.a. Goodbye Web Resources is now available for public preview. It sounds grand and does hold the promise of changing the way we extend PowerApps, both model-driven and canvas. Read the announcement conveniently placed within the new PowerApps Component […]