How to send an email to the Unresolved Email addresses in Dynamics 365 CRM?

We might come across this kind of requirement to send emails from Dynamics CRM to the email addresses, which are not present as a row in OOB or Custom Tables in Dataverse.

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How to remove Cache from the Browsers?

We quite often work on JavaScript, Form Customizations or others in Dynamics 365 CRM. After adding/ updating the content in CRM, our changes might not reflect immediately.

This is due to Browser Cache and for that, we need to remove the Cache from the browser to see our latest changes.

In this article will see, how to remove the Cache from Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome browsers.

There are different methods to do this activity, will see one by one.

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM Certifications

Most of the Dynamics 365 CRM Certifications are retired and new Certifications released in place of the retired ones.

Follow the below table for the list of all certifications available as on today.

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Step by step – LinkedIn Sales Navigator integration with Dynamics 365 Sales

Nishant Rana's Weblog

To enable the LinkedIn Sales Navigator Integration with Dynamics 365 Sales, navigate to App Settings >> General Settings >> LinkedIn Integration and click on Enable LinkedIn Integration

We can do the same from System Settings >> Business Management >> LinkedIn Sales Navigator

Click on continue to install the LinkedIn Sales Navigator

LinkedIn Sales Navigator solution will add the LinkedIn Sales Navigator controls to the default forms of Lead, Opportunity, Contact, and Account.

The controls are LinkedIn Sales Navigator Lead control and LinkedIn Sales Navigator Account control along with their corresponding lookup controls.

These controls can be added to any other entity as well.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/linkedin/integrate-sales-navigator#unified-interface-apps-sales-navigator-controls-for-the-unified-interface

The installation process will start.

The installation should complete in 10-15 minutes.

Click on Go to Configuration, select LinkedIn Sales
Navigator and enable it.

Toggle to Yes and Save the settings above or within the Sales Hub >> App Settings

The installation process…

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Dataverse: Create Custom API and Implement using plugin C#

Ajit Patra

In this blog, we’ll see how to create custom API in maker portal and write plugin to implement it. We’ll take the example of refreshing roll up field on demand. This API will take 3 parameters:

  1. TargetEntity: Name of the entity containing the roll up field
  2. TargetId: GUID of the record
  3. Field: Name of the roll up field to be refreshed

In the plugin we’ll write the code to execute request to refresh roll up field. We’ll test the custom API using Postman.
So, let’s get started.

Go to Solutions -> Click on New -> Select Custom API.

Fill the details of the custom API record as shown below:

Once the custom API is created, in the Solution, Click New -> Select Custom API Request Parameter.

The first parameter TargetEntity is of String Type. Fill the details as shown below:

Similarly, create the second parameter TargetId which…

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How to – Get the size of tables in Dataverse / Dynamics 365

Nishant Rana's Weblog

Using the Capacity page in the Power Platform Admin Center we can extract the details of size occupied by table (in MB) within a particular environment.

Login to the admin portal and navigate to Capacity

https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com/resources/capacity

Select the Dataverse tab and click on Details or in case of trial click on the Trial tab

Here we have selected the details (graph) option for one of the environments.

Select Download all tables option for the Top database capacity use, by table chart


We can see the details within the extracted CSV file.

Get all the details here

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/capacity-storage#environment-storage-capacity-details

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Dynamics 30 days trial | Changes in subscription steps

Rajeev Pentyala - Microsoft Power Platform

As we know trials.dynamics.com would allow us to subscribe to Dynamics 30 days trial using our personal email (i.e., Live.com, etc…). With the recent changes, trials.dynamics.com redirecting us to the following portal.

Up on clicking ‘Try for free’ its mandating us to enter “Either Work or school email ID”.

Which means we can’t sign up using personal email ID. But wait, when you give the personal id and try, you get an error message but at the same time a ‘Click here’ link will show up which allows you to sign up using personal account.

Click on ‘Click here’ and you will be redirected to the classic ‘Sign up’ screen.

Alternately you can directly use this link to go to the above Sign up page directly by passing new portal.

Hope this info saves you sometime 🙂

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