Back to Basics # 22: Use Postman Tool to Create and Update Records in Dynamics CRM

Introduction: One of the common scenarios is to work with CRM Web APIs is to quickly create or update records in Dynamics CRM. Within less time, we can achieve this requirement using Postman tool, here as an example going to create and update contact record. Step 1: Open Postman tool, desktop version and take a …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 18: Usage of Subtraction Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to perform Subtraction arithmetic operations so that we can get easily desired result. As an example, let us see how to calculate warranty period that is available in years for Generator with the help of Subtraction function. Step 1: Login to the required Power Apps environment using …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 17: Usage of Multiplication Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to perform multiplication arithmetic operations so that we can get easily desired result. As an example, let us see how to calculate number of minutes in a Day with the help of multiplication function. Step 1: Login to the required Power Apps environment using URL make.powerapps.com by …

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Back to Basics # 21: Use CRM REST Builder in Dynamics CRM

Introduction: One of the common scenarios is to work with CRM Web APIs to get details of records that are present in Dynamics CRM. To test quickly CRM WEB API requests, CRM REST Builder was used, which needs to be installed inside Dynamics CRM. Step 1: Navigate to the following url https://github.com/jlattimer/CRMRESTBuilder/releases and download CRM …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 16: Usage of Div Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to perform division arithmetic operations so that we can get easily desired result . As an example let us see how to calculate price of a candy for quick reference from a bundle cost with the use of div function. Step 1: Login to the required Power …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 15: Usage of Mod Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to perform Modular arithmetic operations so that we can get desired result, as an example we can see number of customers waiting for tables based on the customers present in a hotel , so that customers will get information about the number of customers waiting , so …

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Back to Basics # 20: Connect Dynamics CRM with Postman Tool Environment

Introduction: During certain scenarios we must quickly test Dynamics CRM Web API Requests. We Can leverage Postman Tool to achieve. As an example, here we are going to explore how to create an Environment in Post Man Tool. Step 1: Open Postman Tool, click on Environments and then Click on + button and name it …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 14: Usage of Range Function in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, at times we need to have array with integers starting from the specified index for doing different operations in design of online exams or quizzes to provide random questions this function would be useful.   Step 1: Login to the required Power Apps environment using URL make.powerapps.com by providing username and …

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Power Automate Fundamentals # 13: Usage of UTCNow in Power Automate

Introduction: In Power Automate, common scenario is to get current date and time to do manipulations on current date. Step 1: Login to the required Power Apps environment using URL make.powerapps.com by providing username and password and click on Flows on the left-hand side as shown in the below figure. Step 2: After Step 1, …

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Back to Basics # 19: Register an App in Azure Active Directory with Dynamics CRM Trial Environment

Introduction: In Dynamics 365 CRM or Power Platform, Application Id is required (i.e., oAuth) to authenticate. Here we are going to register a new App in Azure Active Directory so that from Dynamics CRM we can use this app id in the applications most of the common scenarios is to have this app id to …

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