Explorer into the wondrous eco system of Microsoft and beyond. Experienced traveller in the on-prem & cloud worlds of SharePoint, Office 365, Dynamics 365. Building on the Power Platform. Working as Solution Architect at Strukton. Microsoft Business Applications MVP. • Co-founder of the Dutch PowerApps & Flow User Group • Co-founder of the CRM user group Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Professionals Netherlands
Power Apps portals offer several options for controlling account sign-up behavior. We prefer to use external accounts of “trusted” identity providers to let external users register and sign in. Self-service sign-up user flows, part of External Identities in Azure AD, can be customized and extended with API connectors that can call Power Automate flow via Azure API Management. We’re going to set up a self-service sign-up user flow for Power Apps portals, where we can use Power Automate flow to perform identity verification of the external user based on: - The e-mail address of a matching Contact record in Dataverse. These Contact records were added by internal users or by portal contacts from the parent account page. - The e-mail domain of a matching Account record in Dataverse. In this way we can offer an open registration for verified external users and block the registration for John & Jane Doe.
Document generation can be a challenge in Dynamics 365, depending on the data sources and your reporting requirements. Power BI Report Builder offers pixel perfect paginated reports based on Dataverse. You're able to create your official documents, leaflets, directories, etc. that can be printed and exported in a paginated format. Run the reports from the app itself, Power BI workspace or automate the document generation with Power Automate flow. Some of these scenarios will be demonstrated during this session. It's time for document generation with Power BI Report Builder!