Tag: XppGroupies

D365 FinOps PowerSummit – D365Bootcamp

Last Sunday one of the largest events on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations apps took place at an international level (yes yes, only from #MSDyn365FO), with a duration of three days in which more than 50 speakers participated, all of them recognized professionals and MVPs, the D365 FinOps Power Summit, organized by the people of Power Community. On this occasion, I was extremely lucky to participate with my friend and colleague Adrià Ariste, obviously. We show a session under the title “Take your Dyn365FO Build Pipelines to the next level using Azure DevTests Labs“. Because Microsoft has started to […]

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Power Automate & MSDyn365FO: Deep dive (I)

In recent weeks I have received more than one query related to the use of Power Automate to perform actions on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations apps, so I have decided to write a series of articles to delve a little deeper into this topic. Power Automate Power Automate, formerly known as Microsoft Flow, is one of the applications that make up the Microsoft Power Platform. This tool allows you to automate repetitive tasks or carry out communications between different applications through workflows. For this purpose, it has more than 400 connectors that allow us to communicate with applications […]

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Working with Azure SQL from X++ using SQLClient

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations brings with it a whole data management framework that allows us to integrate with a database in Azure SQL in a totally standard way. This framework allows us to export ERP information to an external database for reporting (BYOD), so that we can generate our reports and dashboards in Power BI without having to attack the system database (AxDB), but… What happens if what I need is to read or perform other types of operations not allowed by this framework against an external DB? In this article I will show you a helper that […]

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Time to develop in #MSDyn365FO… And now what?

Well, I am a programmer with experience in Microsoft Dynamics AX, I have participated in several projects on versions 2009, 2012, R2, R3 … and finally, my company starts working on a Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations project, and I think … And now what? First of all, let me clarify that my intention with this article is not to speak in conclusive terms, to impose my point of view or to reject that of others, on the contrary, with this article I would like to stimulate the curiosity of other colleagues, generate debate and put in doubt the […]

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