I started this blog in February 2019 and it’s just reached the 50.000 visits milestone, over 40.000 during the last 12 months!
Thanks to everybody that has visited it, commented, shared, or written to me. I really like receiving feedback from people reading what I write.
And as you must’ve noticed I’ve also changed the theme of the blog. A big thanks to Eva González for her help, the new logo, all the new images, and new identity.
To 50.000 visits more!
Since Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations version 10.0.12 we’ve been able to use FnO (public) data entities as CDS Virtual Entities. This will allow us to create model-driven Power Apps for Finance and Operations entities without having to copy data between Finance and Operations and the Common Data Service (CDS). This opens a lot of scenarios and new ways of integrating MSDyn365FO with Customer Engagement.
If you want to learn more about setting up the Virtual Entities for FnO you can:
After waiting for it for a long time it’s here! If any of your customers has self-service sandbox environments you’ve been doing this by hand. We’ve been on self-service for over a year and a half with a customer, since the private preview, and we’ve REALLY missed this feature in Azure DevOps.
All the documentation is available in the marketplace page for the tools.
You can read my complete guide on Dynamics 365 and Azure DevOps here.
If you want to learn more about self-service environments you can read these posts:
In today’s post I’m going to use the Power Platform and business events to show you how to take the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Workflow approvals outside MSDyn365FO.
How? Using business events, power automate and adaptive cards to display nice messages in Microsoft Teams.
If you want to know more about using business events in Dynamics 365 you can check these posts from Juan Antonio Tomás: