Know the Dataverse, Solution, and Publisher

Why are Solutions a new feature in FetchXML Builder?

Solutions have nothing to do when we’re working with queries, right?
So why is this the best feature I have released this last year, or longer?

I know, the subject seems like a crazy big blog…
…anyway, go on and see why you should know it!

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Archaeology – Finding CRM SDK History

Archaeology

When I have just created a new feature in my tools – I get a few error reports. Every time.
Why is that? Mostly because users have an older version of Dataverse (or XRM/CRM).
This is why I add updates, fixing one problem after another. Finding them the hard way.

I tried a few times – no, many times – to look for the information I need:

Dataverse Metadata Properties History

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Power Apps Studio and GitHub πŸš€

During the Christmas holiday, I used my time off to explore the integration between Power Apps and GitHub.

I started to explore this new feature because I wanted to see changes to the code. I mean real code. There is no way to easily see the code… Well, Power Apps is a no/low-code as we know, so I also know we should not want to see codeBut I do. I have to.

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FXB & FXE are 7 years old πŸ‘¨β€β€οΈβ€πŸ’‹β€πŸ‘¨

I just read a LinkedIn post from Jordi MontaΓ±a VΓ‘zquez about his excellence test tools FakeXrmEasy. On 23 November the tool was 7 years anniversary! πŸ₯³

Hey, something from “FXE” remines me about “FXB“, and didn’t I release FetchXML Builder about some time 2014, and probably roughly just 7 years ago?

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