David is the CTO of Colorado Technology Consultants based in Colorado. He is a Microsoft Regional Director and a Microsoft MVP.
New Course - Creating Power BI Visualizations with Microsoft Dataverse
I just published a new training course on 365.Training [https://365.Training] covering using Power BI and Microsoft Dataverse. The content includes videos and hands on exercises. If you have a 365.Training subscription [https://365.training/Plans] it is included in your plan! [https://365.training/Courses/Detail/
Using Power Automate with CDS Training
I've taken time over the last month to put together this course on Power Automate and CDS on 365.Training [https://365.training/Courses/Detail/PowerAutomateCDS?DiscountCode=2ed1f281-8da4-ea11-a812-000d3a58ba85] . This course includes the most comprehensive information on using the CDS connectors in one place you will find anywhere. Stop guessing how
What Is the Microsoft Power Platform?
In this video I give an overview of the Power Platform. This includes explaining Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI, Power Virtual Agent, Common Data Service, Connectors and AI Builder. I also explain the key role Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Office 365 play in the Power Platform. The video also
Using Flow CDS List Records action with > 512 records
By default when you create a Microsoft Flow using the CDS List Records action the most records it will return is 512 records unless you do additional configuration via settings. For some scenarios, for example retrieving Order Items on an Order this might not cause a problem in most cases,
Using a Service Principal with the CDS Connector
If you are creating background automation with Microsoft Flow that is using the Common Data Service (CDS) connector triggers or actions as part of an overall solution you should consider using service principal on the connection instead of having it tied to a specific user account. This allows you to