New format “Json” introduced for “Single Line of Text” data type.
Finally you can get rid of using ILMerge tool to merge assemblies. Microsoft going to introduce a new feature called “dependent assemblies” that you can include the dependency while plugin registration. Can’t wait for this new feature. I hope there will be no change in maximum size of plugin assembly.
A big change coming soon in model-driven apps. Stay tuned for more updates…
XrmToolBox Plugin SQL 4 CDS v5 is released with stunning features. Check out the below link for full details
A new feature in Power BI reports, now you can trigger a Power Automate from Power BI report. Want to know how? just follow the below blog post by Microsoft.
Have you ever got a requirement to update the related entity record data from the parent entity form? Now it’s possible with little bit of customization by using Form Component Custom Control.
I found the below article very useful to understand the api request limits.
Search this view capability which was added in the product with 2020 Release Wave 1, searches on the fields specified in quick find view, but takes into consideration the selected view definition, when performing the search.
This is enabled by default.
Here Search this view will perform the search within the selected view i.e. All Contacts in this case.
The results show 3 records found within the All Contacts view, for the search term “alex”
The same search term returns blank in the case of Inactive contacts is selected.
The same applies to the sub-grids
To turn off this, select Yes for Use quick find view of an entity for searching on grid and sub-grids from General tab of System Settings
After applying the above change, we can see the text renamed to Quick Find within the Search Box.
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Now you can create a developer instance for learning and creating power apps. It will not expire unlike a trail instance.
Use the below link to know more about this.
Use the below link to create your developer instance.
Was going through the Model-Driven Apps documentation and found the below article
It talks about a Check access button on the command bar of a record which will list down all the rights/access/privileges on that particular record.
And also how the user has got those accesses, through security roles directly assigned or through the team the user belongs.
We can also check the access of the other users as well through user lookup.
More on Access in Dynamics 365
Hope it helps..