Much awaited, the ability to query the CDS / Dynamics 365 using SQL is now finally in Preview.
Microsoft PowerApps Office Add-in brings to the Power Platform functionality previously only available to our Dynamics 365 F&O/AX friends.
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.
Welcome back to this small series of posts on PowerApps and CDS. Now that we’ve looked at how to create your first CDS database in the previous article HERE, let’s see how we can use it by loading some sample data. We can load a sub-set of data generated using a free online service like... Continue Reading →
Common Data Service is an Azure based service that allows you to bring data together from the Dynamics family of products, along with other external sources. It is based on the concept of having data living together in one place, where it can be served to apps created through PowerApps. As described in this previous... Continue Reading →