In a past post, we learned how to create custom data entities to be used in Dual-write.
And now you might be asking yourself, how do I move the Dual-write table mappings to a test or production environment from the development environment? Do I need to repeat everything I’ve done on the dev machine in a Sandbox environment?
Fortunately, we don’t need to do it all manually again, we can use a Dataverse solution to copy the Dual-write table mappings between environments.
If you want to learn more about Dual-write you can:
Since Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations version 10.0.12 we’ve been able to use FnO (public) data entities as Dataverse 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 Dataverse. 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:
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:
We’re heading into the third week staying home, and with some weeks more ahead of us we need some entertainment.
Last week Eva asked me if we could create an app using the Power Platform to play mime games remotely. She’d design it graphically and functionally and I’d (no) code it. And that’s what we did!
This past weekend I’ve attended my third 365 Saturday, this time in Barcelona, as a speaker. As you can see in the post title my session has been about creating inventory counting journals using AI with the Power Platform.