[Model-driven apps – In-App notifications] Only System Administrators can view notifications, What about the other users ?

In-app notifications for model-driven apps is a feature that has historically been highly requested by the Dynamics 365 community for the past few years. To meet this long awaited need, Microsoft has introduced this feature for Dynamics 365 CE but not only, also for model driven applications, a Power Apps license is enough to take … Continue reading [Model-driven apps – In-App notifications] Only System Administrators can view notifications, What about the other users ?

[Model-driven apps – Power Fx] How to open multiple rows in new tabs using Power Fx commands ?

According to the roadmap published by Microsoft, Power Fx commands for model-driven apps will go into general availability from May 2022. This blog will discuss an example using modern commands, and I hope it will encourage you to adopt this new way to customize the command bar and buttons. As mentioned in the blog title, … Continue reading [Model-driven apps – Power Fx] How to open multiple rows in new tabs using Power Fx commands ?

[Model-driven apps – Client Scripting] How to avoid calling the same function twice when creating a new record ?

Model-driven apps offer a client API that allows us to implement some business logic in JavaScript. The client API accepts to attach functions to events such as form loading, data changing and more. Generally, we have two possibilities to register a function for a given event. Either in a static way, using configuration. Or dynamically, … Continue reading [Model-driven apps – Client Scripting] How to avoid calling the same function twice when creating a new record ?

Optimistic Concurrency in Model-Driven Apps Forms

This blog will discuss a proposed implementation of Optimized Concurrency for Model-Driven Apps forms. My implementation is executed on the model-driven app only, using the client API and the new Asynchronous capabilities that the API offers. I won't go into the details of my analysis that led to this implementation proposal. However, I was strongly … Continue reading Optimistic Concurrency in Model-Driven Apps Forms

Dynamics 365 CRM [Dataverse] – How to cancel the merge cascade for a given relationship ?

In the previous blog, we saw the possibility to force the merge of two accounts if the subordinate account is attached to an active offer. Today we will see how to cancel the merge cascade for a given relationship. Before going further, we will see the standard behavior of the merge. Indeed, after the merge, … Continue reading Dynamics 365 CRM [Dataverse] – How to cancel the merge cascade for a given relationship ?

Transform your Model-driven app to a multi-session app using settings solution component

This blog will discuss new component added to Power Apps. It is about the "Settings" component. Indeed, this component allows adding a configuration layer for a model-driven application. This allows to easily activate or deactivate a feature for a model-driven app. For more information on this component, I invite you to read this excellent blog … Continue reading Transform your Model-driven app to a multi-session app using settings solution component

How to pass an object from a model app driven app to a custom page?

According to the current documentation, we can pass a dataverse record as a parameter. This is still very beneficial for some scenarios. But what if we want to pass a set of parameters without using an existing record. After several attempts, I managed to pass an object containing some properties from the model driven app … Continue reading How to pass an object from a model app driven app to a custom page?

How to display a Power Apps | Canvas app in full screen without the title bar?

Recently, I was asked to open a PowerApps | Canvas app without the title bar at the top of the screen. After some research, I found an answer from matthew devaney that proposed to add the "&hidenavbar=true" parameters to the URL of the application. This works perfectly and allows us to hide the title bar. … Continue reading How to display a Power Apps | Canvas app in full screen without the title bar?

Let’s add terms and conditions to a Model Driven App using Custom Page

This blog will discuss a new component for Power Apps Model Driven Apps called Custom Page. In fact, this component joins the family of existing pages like Forms, Views and Dashboards. This new type of page is based on the Canvas Apps container and will surely add power, flexibility and a lot of possibilities to … Continue reading Let’s add terms and conditions to a Model Driven App using Custom Page