After some extremely busy weeks, I finally found some time to continue my blogs related to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and Microsoft Flow. In this part, I will elaborate on the action Get a record.
In this part of the Flow blog series, I will discuss the Delete action for the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations connector. I posted a blog before on this action. See: How Microsoft Flow can help on data corrections in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.
On my two previous blogs, I got some great feedback. Thank you all for the kind words. It will help me continue writing blogs. There is still more to write about Microsoft Flow. In this part, I will explain the Update a record action for the Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations connector.
My previous blog was an introduction how to start using Microsoft Flow with the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations connector. In this episode, I will elaborate on the Create a record action. How can you use this action and I will provide some related tips. E.g. how use line numbers which should be incremented?
Create record action
The template which I used in my previous blog...
After spending some time with building some automation for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations with Microsoft Flow, it would be a good timing to write some blogs. The intention is to help you getting started understanding the Microsoft Flow tool and build your own business automations. (meer…)
You hardy can have missed the announcements from Microsoft how they will continue delivering updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. In fact the full Dynamics 365 product range will be on the same update cadence. Depending if you are already running Microsoft Dynamics 365 or not there are changes which you also need to prepare for yourself.
When using the cloud version of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, there are certain tasks which are a bit more cumbersome if you compare it with the freedom you have when running the application on-premise. When there was a need for data correction, we were used to quickly develop a job or class with x++ logic to repair data. In certain cases, we could deliver a list with...
When I initially learned AX 2012, before it got released, I was quite enthusiastic about the security changes and the organization hierarchies. Then also I learned about the eXtensible Data Security (XDS) concept. While working on one of my first AX2012 implementations, I also had to do a presentation for a Dutch community. The topic was about the Organizations and Hierarchies. While preparing...
In this post, I will continue explaining the examples created with eXtensible Data Security. In this part, I will explain how I did think of a solution for restricting warehouse access for users. There were a lot of questions on forums in the past about how to secure this. So, for a presentation on the Summit EMEA in Dublin this year, I decided to step into the challenges that comes with...
In my last blog, I shared some code examples for eXtensible Data Security (XDS). In this post, I will explain how it works and also introduce a V2 version which will be more advanced in determine which legal entities will be visible for the user.