In this session I will cover, Security concepts in Microsoft Dataverse Modernized Business Units Associate a business unit with an Azure AD security group Different Security levels in Dataverse Security Role and Security Profiles
Every year Microsoft gives us great gems from Dataverse and Power Platform in the corresponding waves, one of them are the custom pages that can offer a much more intuitive user experience than the classic forms and views in Model Driven Apps. It is true that both custom pages and canvas apps are focused on a low-code/no-code approach, as they can be created in record time without development knowledge and then used in projects to give that added value to the user. However, in scenarios where custom pages require complicated logic to be applied, they can benefit from delegating that complicated logic to the server side, as would be the case with a Custom API. This session is about showing a solution to a typical business scenario where you need to offer a different user experience but at the same time apply complex logic. Therefore, I want to show how a mixed solution can be applied using custom pages to offer that different user experience and at the same time using a Custom API to delegate all the complex logic to the server.
When we start working with Dataverse, there is one major question we all have: What is Dataverse? In this session, we will unwrap the mystery, and we will discover what is Dataverse. By the end of the session, you will be able to explain what is and what is not Dataverse.
Customers usually have some complex security requirements that challenges us. When we start the desining of the solution, the security model is one of the main pillars on which our solution will be built. Making sure that the security model not only covers the requirements, but also it is scalable is critical for the success of the project. In this session, we’ll discuss the art of the possible in a security model (yes, it is much more than just security roles), and some tips to consider when we are designing our solution.
Documents are an essential part of any company. However, document management can be a challenge. According to research, 21% is the total loss of staff productivity due to various document issues. AI services help improve document management by increasing processing speed, reducing errors, and optimizing cost. In this session, we’ll discuss how to create our own Microsoft Azure Form Recognizer model and use it with Power Automate flows for document processing. Using the trained model, we will extract data from scanned PDFs, store it in Dataverse, and visualize it in Power Apps application.
Microsoft Dataverse is a data storage and management engine that acts as a foundation for Microsoft’s Power Platform, M365 and Dynamics 365 apps. If offers a full set of powerful capabilities out of the box. But what’s there “under dataverse”? How can I extend Dataverse functionalities for complex real world scenarios? In this session we’ll see how we can extend the Dataverse functionalities and capabilities with the Azure Serverless platform in order to create “no-limits” integration scenarios.
In this session, you will learn in an easy way, how to create virtual tables (formerly virtual entities) to publish your Business Central information to Dataverse and how to create a Canvas Power app based on this information.
attend this session to learn more about how dataverse content can be used in Power Pages. we will go through the best practices, practical example and walk away with knowledge related to the pros/cons.
Wondering how to access data in Business Central from Dataverse? There are a many ways to combine these two worlds. Join my session to learn how quickly you can connect and transfer data using either connectors or virtual tables.