This blog explains how to resolve “A type named ‘SP.Data.ListItem’ could not be resolved by the model. When a model is available, each type name must resolve to a valid type.” error while creating an… Read More »[SOLVED] A type named ‘SP.Data.ListName’ could not be resolved by the model.
This blog explains how to create Item in SharePoint List using HTTP request in Power Automate. Steps to be followed: Select “Send an HTTP request to SharePoint” from Actions. Enter below details: Site Address: Select the… Read More »Create SharePoint List Item using HTTP request
Introduction: This blog will explain how you can embed the canvas app in the model-driven app form. We will see how to get the context of the current record of Dataverse(Common Data Service) in the… Read More »Embed Canvas App in Model-driven App form
Introduction: In this blog, we will understand how we can skip the profile page and redirect the user to the home page after successfully signing in to the PowerApps Portal. As we know, when a… Read More »Skip Profile page after signing in to PowerApps Portal
Introduction: In this blog, we will understand how we can get the notifications related to a model-driven app on mobile using Power Automate(MS Flow). We will understand “Send push notification V2” action. Use Case: In my… Read More »Get model-driven app notifications on mobile using Power Automate
Introduction: In this blog, we will understand how to customize and display a custom error message on PowerApps Portal. You can enable custom errors on PowerApps portals to display a professional-looking page instead of YSOD.… Read More »Display Custom Error Message on PowerApps Portal
In this blog, we will look at how we can display different business process flow based on user security role in D365 CE. Use Case: Implementation: register an Event On Form Load, as shown below:… Read More »Display different Business Process Flow based on user security role in D365 CE