Have you ever struggled with the settings in Dynamics CRM when you were setting up mailboxes and queues? Right.Continue reading “Dynamics 365 – Emails: Mailboxes & Queues”
Continue reading “Solution Import Failure Message: Cannot add a Root Component 80”
Have you tried to upload your own solution containing a model driven app into your environment, but for some unexpected reason, you got a very non descriptive error that the solution just cannot be uploaded, and only after a closer inspection, you discovered that the solution cannot add Root Component of type 80 because it is not in the target system?
I know I did, and here is how I fixed the problem.
There’s not a lot I can comment on for these few new pages. But I can think of one thing.Continue reading “CDS Solution Development – Best Practices – Developed Components”
What are my thoughts on current CDS tooling? Let’s get into it.Continue reading “CDS Solution Development – Best Practices – Tooling”
I started with series of articles about managed and unmanaged solutions from the ISV (Independent Software Vendor) perspective. You can find the first about merging forms and layering views here, and the second about missing dependencies here. I was thinking about the next topic in the managed vs. unmanaged series and decided to start over with best practices for CDS (Common Data Service) in general.
I just want to state one thing. We are ISV. We build and endorse managed solutions and these best practices are our own based on the documentation from Microsoft and implementations of customer projects.Continue reading “Common Data Service Solution Development – Best Practices”
Have you ever wanted to display a view from different entity and there was no straight relationship? Worry not! I finally figured out how to do it. So, let’s just jump into it!Continue reading “Dynamics 365 – Subgrids without relationship”
In CDS, the Advanced find gives us a great tool for generating FetchXML files, but even it has some limitations that can be worked around. Today we will focus on more complex FetchXML queries, that require logical OR or AND groups that depend on fields that are not on a single entity.
This is the second part in my series of CDS/Dynamics solution development.
In the last article, I described why you should use managed solutions and why it’s not a great idea to use unmanaged ones. I want to support my suggested best practices in this series in the future so you have the option to make your own opinion. I’m strongly for managed solutions and I’ll tell you another reason why in this part.
Have you ever heard of “missing dependencies”? Well if you are CDS developer like me, I know you have and I know that they are pain in your ***.Continue reading “Missing Dependencies – managed vs unmanaged PART 2 (Microsoft Power Platform and CDS)”
You may wonder why is this part 3 when there is no part 1 and part 2. The reason is simple. Bob Guidinger already covered the introduction to the custom dialogs well enough and you can read about it here in his blog post. Please, do so, I’m going to refer to it quite often.
When I was reading the post, I immediately wanted to try it out in my own environment. However, the blog post doesn’t cover much about more complex ways of using custom dialogs. So I decided to deep dive into this topic.Continue reading “Dynamics 365 – Custom Dialogs in UCI – Part 3”
PowerApps component framework has been in public preview for a while now. While it allows you to create wonderful customizations, you may want to make use of React and Office Fabric UI for your components. In this article, we are going to show you how.Continue reading “Getting React and Office UI Fabric work with PowerApps component framework”