When working with Dynamics 365 CE and designing solutions, it happens from time to time that you want to cascade information from parent records to child records. One example could be to have the address of the contact updated when the address of the parent account is changed.Continue reading “Cascade from parent to child the flow way”
This is the third and last blog post in a series of three. In the first blog post I explained that you can access Data Integration from different user interfaces and overall how to get started and set up data integration projects from within the Power Apps Web Portal. In the second blog post I gave an example of how to set up a data integration project. In this blog post I will summarize my findings.Continue reading “Findings from exploring Data Integration in Power Platform”
This is the second blog post in a series of three. In my previous blog post I described how you can access the data integration feature from different user interfaces. Either from one of the admin centers Power Apps Admin Center or Power Platform Admin Center. You can also go to the Power Apps Web Portal. In this blog post I will describe how to set up a data integration project from the Power Apps Web Portal.Continue reading “Getting started with Data Integration in Power Platform”
For some months ago I started to explore the data integration feature in Power Platform. It was one of my brilliant colleagues, Marica Söderstam, who came up with an idea that got me to deep dive into this feature. Thanks Marica!
Data Integration is an integration service which has been available since July 2017 and it can be used for integrating data from multiple sources into the Common Data Service for Apps (CDS).Continue reading “Exploring Data Integration in Power Platform”