10 tips for keeping data in check
Storing data in dataverse is very expensive. Especially the data that is stored in the actual database (db data). Hence, for many customer with larger datasets, typically with some B2C type of business, it is a good practice to overviewing the data you have in the system and figure out different ways of keeping it from costing too much money.
Our first connector released!
Super proud that we have relased our first connector to Power Automate. Together with Verified Document Signing solution. What do you need to think about when using Power Automate for integrations?
Advanced find URL
With Release Wave 2 2022, the old advanced find will be removed and the new advanced find experience will be its replacement. However, there are many old goats, like me out there that still want to use the old advanced find. I think one of the main advantages of the...
New Entitlement limits announced!
Yesterday at Ignite, new Entitlement limits were announced and the corresponding Microsoft Docs page was updated: Requests limits and allocations - Power Platform | Microsoft Docs In general I am very positive to these changes as they more closely correspond to the...
Bulk Delete Manager in XTB
Have you ever tried creating bulk deletes in dataverse/Dynamics 365? It is still a very old interface and it is hard to control the exact definition of what is to be deleted as you cannot see the actual FetchXML that is being used. It is also hard to see existing...
Large migration – lessons learned
I was recently in charge of a large migration. It all went fine but not without hickups that typically are connected to moving large amounts of data to dataverse. We were using SSIS with Kingswaysoft and ended up using a local SQL database as staging database too....
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