Dataverse list rows connector allows to retrieve rows from a Dataverse table. This connector can filter rows using OData expressions or fetchXml queries. Unfortunately, the connector does not support all fetchXml requests. This blog will discuss an approach to execute this kind of unsupported queries. Let's look at what the documentation says:The distinct operator and aggregation … Continue reading [Power Automate – Dataverse] How to execute a fetchXml query that includes options not supported by the List rows action?
Power Apps Canvas Apps offers the Distinct function that returns unique values from a table or data source. Unfortunately, this function may not work as expected if the data source contains a large data set. Let's look at this with an example by reproducing the issue: Let's take the Dataverse table 'Contact' and its column … Continue reading [Canvas Apps – Dataverse] How to get distinct values from datasource ?
The Dataverse connector allows us to trigger Power Automate Cloud flows based on events that occur on Dataverse. These events include the creation, deletion and modification of a record or the execution of an action or from a step in a business process flow. Generally speaking, these triggers serve a large variety of requirements and … Continue reading Implementing triggers for Power Automate flows that are not supported by the Dataverse connector
As announced by Microsoft, the low-density header option will be deprecated on October 2021. As an impact, any current form that is configured as “low-density” will be automatically updated to render in a high-density with flyout mode in a model driven app. I will present on this blog a way to change in bulk the "high-density" option … Continue reading How to bulk change main forms header density using Cloud Flows ?
We will discuss on this blog the possibility of changing the view name using the Power Automate Cloud Flows. This idea comes from the fact that I am frequently asked to change the naming of the views. In fact, one of my clients tags all his views with division names. So, when changing the division … Continue reading I’m lazy, I don’t want to manually change the view names anymore, thanks Cloud Flows!