In this Chronicle, we explore Azure DevOps for Dynamics 365. You will see how it can be used to set up CI/CD Pipelines for your CRM (and more generally the Power Platform) !
This is the fourth article in the "Dynamics 365 Field Service HowTo" series. This one goes more in details for the Settings options of FS module. Let's check it !
This post shows you a nifty way in Dynamics 365 share record content via email thanks to Power Automate! Read it!
Solutions are very important in D365, this article is about Dynamics 365 Solutions explanation and an overview of ALM. After reading it you will be more comfortable with this topic.
This is the third article in the "Dynamics 365 Field Service HowTo" topic. This one cover the Settings options of FS module. Let's check it !
This article talk about Dynamics 365 onpremise v9.0 UCI Enable report features, how to enable it thanks to a hidden trick discover our DC team !
This article is the second in a series dealing with auditing in D365. It presents an advanced technical concept allowing Dynamics 365 Audit manipulation using Pandas and Python in a Jupyter Notebook. To read !
Let's see the second article about Dynamics 365 Field Service HowTo. This is will cover Requirement Groups, Time Off Requests and Time Entries. Read it.
This article is the first in a series introducing Dynamics 365 Field Service HowTo. There you will cover setup. If you want to know more, it is for you.
The main language used to develop custom component (plugin, …) for dynamics 365 is C#.NET. It could be very useful to have access to the dynamic 365 instances with code in order to test part of code for instance. Let’s see a little piece of code which can be very helpful. In this tutorial, we’re going to see how to do with C# language.