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.
Now you can concatenate record names or any other fields from values in other fields or fields of related records in minutes. Gone are the days of custom code.
Recently, with the move to the new versions of the platform and the extension of the Power Platform over the entire ecosystem, we can finally include Flows in a solution.
Have you ever worked against a configured FNO, trying to integrate, and finding it a chore to get the schema? What’s the internal field name for that? You could figure it out from ERP, or you could just extract the entire schema using a simple Flow. Make sure you login to flow.microsoft.com with an account... Continue Reading →
What’s that going to do? Well, it takes a solution named solutionName and exports it in an unmanaged form to the specified path.
In this part we’re looking at connecting to a D365 environment. Just like we did with the first part, we’re putting the connection code in a function. We’re doing this in order to be able to call it multiple times, depending on the environment we’re connecting to. Eventually, we’ll connect to both a source and a target environments.