{Quick Tip} Redirect to edit form post creating a record in PowerApps/ dynamics 365 portals

This one is a small tip for anyone who are trying to build up their portal application and did not have much exposure to portals yet. And this is one of the most common requirement that I face in almost every portal implementation. So you have your insert form and then when the portal userContinue reading “{Quick Tip} Redirect to edit form post creating a record in PowerApps/ dynamics 365 portals”

{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”

Add or Substract using more than two field inside a formula in Dynamics 365 Business Rules

Follow my blog for more interesting topics on Dynamics 365, Portals and Power Platform. For training and consulting, write to us at info@xrmforyou.com This one is one of the simplest requirement as it gets and yet you may stumble upon it. Reading the subject of this blog you may wonder, come on business rule have thisContinue reading “Add or Substract using more than two field inside a formula in Dynamics 365 Business Rules”

Show Notification on Dashboards in Dynamics 365/ CDS

Follow my blog for more interesting topics on Dynamics 365, Portals and Power Platform. For training and consulting, write to us at info@xrmforyou.com For a long time this has been the ask by so many customers. Show a notification message bar on a Dashboard. Very similar to the application message you see on the Application messageContinue reading “Show Notification on Dashboards in Dynamics 365/ CDS”

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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