Creating a solution patch in D365 Power Platform, why would you do so?

Note: I’m a firm believer in releasing only managed solutions to testing and production environments and maintaining an unmanaged solution on the development box only, therefore this post is based on the MS best practice architecture of exporting managed solutions for distribution. To understand solution patches think of them in the direct definition of whatContinue reading “Creating a solution patch in D365 Power Platform, why would you do so?”

Show item action buttons in Dynamics 365 Portal Entity list as horizontal buttons instead of vertical list

Recently I got this requirement where I needed to show the actions buttons inside Entity List in horizontal fashion. Be default whenever you configure entity list item action buttons like Details/ Edit/ Delete/ Workflow, it shows up in vertical fashion. However the customer wanted to show the buttons horizontally, side by side. It’s actually muchContinue reading “Show item action buttons in Dynamics 365 Portal Entity list as horizontal buttons instead of vertical list”

Show item action buttons in Dynamics 365 Portal Entity list as horizontal buttons instead of vertical list

Recently I got this requirement where I needed to show the actions buttons inside Entity List in horizontal fashion. Be default whenever you configure entity list item action buttons like Details/ Edit/ Delete/ Workflow, it shows up in vertical fashion. However the customer wanted to show the buttons horizontally, side by side. It’s actually muchContinue reading “Show item action buttons in Dynamics 365 Portal Entity list as horizontal buttons instead of vertical list”

{Dynamics 365} Lock a field after saving a record

Wondering if we can disable a field after save. For example, when user creates a new record, it is editable, but after save, it not editable. Low Code No Code solution To achieve this requirement we can make use of Business Rule where we can check if CreatedOn field contains data and if true lockContinue reading “{Dynamics 365} Lock a field after saving a record”

Business Rules Limitation in Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM

Business rules are intended to address common actions. Compared to what a developer can do by using form scripts, business rules have limitations. However, business rules are not intended to replace form scripts. Business rules which minimizes the need of complex codes, are internally converted into JavaScript by CRM and are applied to the forms.Continue reading “Business Rules Limitation in Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM”

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