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.
This post takes you through a step by step scenario on configuring Server-Based SharePoint Integration. Whether you do it for a demo environment, your production or a development environment, as long as you do it for Dynamics CRM Online with O365 SharePoint, the following steps apply. Assumption is that, as in this case, a new... Continue Reading →