Tag: Model-Driven Apps

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Apply Solution Upgrade in Pipeline

In todays article I would like to describe how it is possible to apply a Solution Upgrade directly in your Azure DevOps pipeline. This post can be considered the first post in a series of blog posts that talk about different approaches to solve challenges with Azure DevOps Pipelines...
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Deploying Web resources or Plugins with Azure DevOps Pipeline

In this blog post, I will explain how to deploy Web resources automatically with Azure DevOps Pipelines. To achieve this, I will use Sparkle XRM from Scott Durow (LinkedIn & Twitter). This article will not cover how to set up Sparkle. I created a separate post on how to...
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Close Case with Power Automate

In one of the projects, I am currently working on, we recently had the requirement to close/resolve a case when a certain condition is met. Unfortunately, it is not possible to do this with Power Automate directly. But one of my colleagues, Jesper Jonsson, came up with a nice...
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PCF – Use “ConversationControl”

A few weeks ago, I have published a new PCF Control, “ConversationControl” (Github, PCFGallery, my Page). Since the release, I received one or two questions on how to use the control. It looks like it is not as straight forward as I thought. In this post, I will describe...
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PCF – Prevent saving the form when input is invalid

In today’s article, we will learn how it is possible to make it possible to prevent saving the form when input in your custom PCF control is invalid. At the moment there is no out of the box possibility to do this. There is an idea from Ben Thompson...
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