Tag: Model-Driven Apps

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Create and fill an Excel file dynamically with Power Automate

In this article, I will describe how to create an Excel file dynamically with Power Automate and fill it with data from the Common Data Service. Creating those dynamically can be a bit tricky. Therefore, I will provide step by step description of how to do that. As mentioned...
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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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