This article is not about what DES is, or how to configure it. You will find literally a thousand articles about that by running a quick search. Instead, I want to focus on some of the scenarios where this makes sense to use.
The way to capture the form input and send it to your Dynamics 365 instance is by way of Flow. Let’s have a quick look
... the highlight is it's capability to export to Excel, or integrate into Office 365, Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform. It's also leveraging CDS. This last one is heavy hitter.
For the first time in Canada, Dynamics 365 Saturday will take place on May 05, 2018 at the Microsoft Meadowvale office. As the event line-up is taking shape, it’s looking like a great set of presenters, covering a Functional Track, a Technical Track as well as an Ecosystem track with a focus on related technologies... Continue Reading →