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Securing an API using OAuth 2.0 in Azure API Management part-3

Posted On December 4, 2020 by Shrusti Talati Posted in

Part 3: OAUTH 2.0 Server setup Introduction Configuring OAuth 2.0 for your APIs hosted in Azure API Management adds an extra layer of security and prevents unauthorized access. This is a very important configuration form Security point of view for your Endpoints and is provided out of the box by Azure. This is the second … Continue reading Securing an API using OAuth 2.0 in Azure API Management part-3

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Securing an API using OAuth 2.0 in Azure API Management part-2

Posted On December 4, 2020 by Shrusti Talati Posted in

Part 2: Configuration of an Application (Client App) in Azure AD for Consumer Introduction Configuring OAuth 2.0 for your APIs hosted in Azure API Management adds an extra layer of security and prevents unauthorized access. This is a very important configuration form Security point of view for your Endpoints and is provided out of the … Continue reading Securing an API using OAuth 2.0 in Azure API Management part-2

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Securing an API using OAuth 2.0 in Azure API Management

Posted On December 4, 2020 by Shrusti Talati Posted in

Part 1: Configuration of Applications in Azure AD Introduction Configuring OAuth 2.0 for your APIs hosted in Azure API Management adds an extra layer of security and prevents unauthorized access. This is a very important configuration form Security point of view for your Endpoints and is provided out of the box by Azure. This is … Continue reading Securing an API using OAuth 2.0 in Azure API Management

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Dynamics 365 Portals – How to Try Them Out for Free

Dynamics 365 portal helps you to provide additional support to your customers, partners, employees, and others. It helps you to stay connected and provide the necessary assistance. The best part about the whole thing is that you can get the portal if you have an active Dynamics 365  subscription. You need to follow simple steps … Continue reading Dynamics 365 Portals – How to Try Them Out for Free

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Microsoft Power BI – Joining contents of two tables into one table using Append Power Query

In this blog we will learn how to append two or more table into new table or existing table. The Append Queries in Microsoft Power BI is an equivalent of UNION ALL in SQL. Consider two sample customer table; one for CustomerOne: And Customertwo: Open Microsoft Power BI for Desktop > Get Data > Excel … Continue reading Microsoft Power BI – Joining contents of two tables into one table using Append Power Query

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How to Install and Locate new Plugin in XRM

This Blog will show you how you can Install and locate your Plugins in XRM new interface.

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List of users for a security role | D365FO

Introduction: In this blog, we will see how we can get list of users who has assigned a specific security role   Solution:  UserInfo userInfo; SecurityRole securityRole; SecurityUserRole securityUserRole; while select networkAlias from userInfo where userInfo.networkAlias exists join securityUserRole where securityUserRole.User == userInfo.id exists join securityRole where securityRole.RecId == securityUserRole.SecurityRole && securityRole.Name == ‘Sales manager(NameOfTheSecurityRole)’ { … Continue reading List of users for a security role | D365FO

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Dynamics 365 Portals – Why Do You Require Them

The best part about Dynamics 365 is that you can now launch portals related to customer, support or the prospect. Now, 100 per cent of these things including maintenance and integration can be controlled using Dynamics 365. The Dynamics 365 portal allows the audience to collaborate and communicate via an online location.  It also permits … Continue reading Dynamics 365 Portals – Why Do You Require Them

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Loading Screen using D365 CE JavaScript

Posted On March 26, 2020 by Priyesh Wagh Posted in Tagged in

Suppose, you want to show a loading/waiting screen to let people know there’s some heavy processing going on in the back-end and they shouldn’t navigate away to do anything else with the record, you can use loading screen by using showProgressIndicator() and closeProgressIndicatory() methods. Xrm.Utility methods There are 2 methods are documented in the Xrm.Utility … Continue reading Loading Screen using D365 CE JavaScript

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Table Browser Extension for Google Chrome | D365

Now table browser becomes much easier for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations. Here you go with Google Chrome Extension – Table browser caller for D365FO. It’s very easy to install and use it. After installing the extension to the browser, it appears on the top bar and looks like While clicking on the extension, You can find … Continue reading Table Browser Extension for Google Chrome | D365

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