I use the FetchXML Builder on my Power Platform almost on a daily basis. It saves me so much in building SSRS reports, it allows me to build powerful Power Apps portals web templates and it also helps me building Power Automate flow queries. What is FetchXML Builder? It is a tool that is part… Continue reading Do you use FetchXML Builder? Please consider helping a friend out.
The new Unified Interface provides a faster, easier way to navigate Dynamics 365 and Model-Driven PowerApps. However, there are still many Dynamics 365 implementations that are still using the “classic” web interface. The best practice approach to convert from a classic interface to the new Unified Interface is to create a series of “role based”… Continue reading Convert a Classic Customized Dynamics 365 Site Map to a Unified Interface App
April 2020 Update I know this is a popular post, and the information is still very relevant today and will work both with Dynamics 365 and Model-driven Power Apps projects. If you want more in-depth information and become a SSRS wizard, then take a look at Megan Walker’s SSRS REPORTS FOR CDS & D365 online… Continue reading How to Create Your First Dynamics 365 SSRS Report
Summary There are challenges copying Dynamics 365 Portal Data from one instance to another due to the complexity of the entity structure. Semi-official method of using the Configuration Data Mover has potential to leave gaps and data and other pitfalls. The XrmToolBox Portal Data Mover has been recently updated and when used correctly is an… Continue reading Move Dynamics 365 Portal Configuration Data Using the XrmToolBox
Previously on ReadyXRM Blog… This is the forth post in a series of posts about migrating from Dynamics 365 on-premise to Dynamics 365 Online. The content and topics are based on my 2017 sessions at D365UG Summit and Extreme365. I will also be presenting this topic on Thursday, March 29th at the Ottawa IT Community… Continue reading Updating your Dynamics CRM/365 Customizations (Moving to Online – Part 4)
For some reason solution imports have not been my friend the last few months. Usually when a solution doesn’t import, 99% of the time it comes down to dependency issues or a corrupt solution file. For on-premise deployments, if the log file doesn’t provide good information, setting up server side traces or SQL profiler traces… Continue reading Dynamics 365 Solution Import Issue – Cannot add root component of type 60
Before we dive into today’s topic, I want to thank everyone who attended my “Portal Developer Primer” webinar on March 30th. My apologies to those of you who tried to attend on March 28th, thankfully we were able to sort out the technical diffuculties. The recording can be found by clicking here. Without further delay,… Continue reading XrmToolBox: Portal Code Editor Overview and Review