D365: Embed Forms Pro Survey On D365 CE Form

Recently, we got a requirement to embed a Forms Pro survey on Lead Form. In this blog we'll see the steps to achieve this: Go to https://formspro.microsoft.com/ and sign in with O365 credential. Click on New Pro Survey to start deisgning the survey. We designed a simple survey of 3 questions as shown below: After … Continue reading D365: Embed Forms Pro Survey On D365 CE Form

PowerApps: ModelDrivenFormIntegration control not available on App Start

Recently, we were working on embedded canvas app on Contact entity form. The requirement was to show related records of the Contact record based on certain condition when the App is started. We created the App in make.powerapps.com and created an Azure Function which will take input as GUID of Contact record and will return … Continue reading PowerApps: ModelDrivenFormIntegration control not available on App Start

Using Service Bus Triggered Azure Durable Function with D365 CE

In this post, we'll see how we can use Service Bus triggered Azure Durable Function with D365 CE to perform CRUD operation. Requirement: When Rate Amount(custom field) field changes in Rate(custom entity) record, update Rate(custom field) field on related(Revenue Schedule Line(custom entity)) records of the corresponding Rate record. Of course, there are multiple ways to … Continue reading Using Service Bus Triggered Azure Durable Function with D365 CE

D365: Service Bus Triggered Function Error: Cannot bind parameter 'parameterName' to type MessageReceiver. Make sure the parameter Type is supported by the binding

Recently, we were working on Service Bus Triggered Azure Durable Function. After writing the necessary code, we deployed the Durable Function to Azure. After deploying, while trying to test the function, we faced one weird issue saying "Error: Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Host: Error indexing method 'AzureFunctionName'. Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Host: Cannot bind parameter 'parameterName' to type MessageReceiver. Make sure the parameter … Continue reading D365: Service Bus Triggered Function Error: Cannot bind parameter 'parameterName' to type MessageReceiver. Make sure the parameter Type is supported by the binding

D365: Service Bus Triggered Function error: Connection string 'AzureWebJobsServiceBus' is missing or empty

Recently, while working on Service Bus triggered Azure Durable Function, we got an error saying "The function runtime is unable to start. Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.ServiceBus: Microsoft Azure WebJobs SDK ServiceBus connection string 'AzureWebJobsServiceBus' is missing or empty". Below is the code that we were using: [FunctionName("UpdateGlobalRatesOnRSLs")] public static async Task Run([ServiceBusTrigger("%QueueName%")] Message message, MessageReceiver messageReceiver, string lockToken, … Continue reading D365: Service Bus Triggered Function error: Connection string 'AzureWebJobsServiceBus' is missing or empty

D365: "Access denied. You do not have permission to perform this action or access this resource" while calling SharePoint API from plugin/custom workflow

Recently, we were working on calling SharePoint API from plugin. While getting the access token we received the following error: "Access denied. You do not have permission to perform this action or access this resource". To fix this issue, we gave appropriate permission to the Application we had created in SharePoint for Server to Server … Continue reading D365: "Access denied. You do not have permission to perform this action or access this resource" while calling SharePoint API from plugin/custom workflow

D365: Call SharePoint API from plugin/custom workflow C# – Part 2

In the previous post, we saw how to create an app in SharePoint and give necessary permission. In this post, we'll see how to use the app details in C# to connect to SharePoint API. We can use the below code to get the access token: private static string TENANT_ID; private static string CLIENT_ID; private … Continue reading D365: Call SharePoint API from plugin/custom workflow C# – Part 2

D365: Call SharePoint API from plugin/custom workflow C# – Part 1

In this series of post, we'll see how we can call SharePoint API from plugin or custom workflow using C# to retrieve number of documents uploaded to SharePoint for a particular record, albeit we can do any other operation connecting to SharePoint API. To use SharePoint API, we need to create an Application in SharePoint … Continue reading D365: Call SharePoint API from plugin/custom workflow C# – Part 1