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Creating a Custom Mockaroo Flow Connector

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Mockaroo is a great tool for creating dummy data for our demonstrations, because we can call it form Flow and then integrate it into some very cool examples. But if we want to make it look even simpler, we can create a custom connector in Flow that we can use to surface the Mockaroo API’s …

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Using Profiles in Chrome to manage different demo personas

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Although Internet Explorer and Edge are great browsers, Chrome does have one feature that is really useful for us when we are demonstrating Dynamics 365. Chrome will allow us to have multiple personas up and running within different browser sessions and they keep all of their session information separate. So if we are trying to …

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Exporting Selected Rows to Excel

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Dynamics 365 has an export function that allows us to export all of the data from a form over to excel, but did you know that you don’t have to export everything? If you just want to export out some of the data, then you can do it selectively from the list page and just …

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Configuring a BYODB and Creating a Full and Incremental Entity Export

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In a production environment for Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations, the primary database is locked down so that you cannot query or maintain the database directly. But there are a lot of times that we would like to have access to the data so that we can create integrations with other systems, to publish …

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Creating a Model Driven PowerApp

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The model-driven apps are a new way to create PowerApps taking advantage of CDS 2.0. If you haven’t created one of them before then here is a quick walkthrough to show you how they work and also how you can create your first Model Driven PowerApp. How to do it… Start off by opening up …

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