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Power Apps Portals: Modifying Option Set Options on an Entity Form

If you've come from the world of Dynamics 365 (or CRM...) and are starting to work with Portals, it can be frustrating when you discover that client-side JavaScript code that works great in your model-driven app doesn't work on a Power Apps Portal - especially because Entity Forms and Web Forms are marketed as a technology that exposes your existing forms to the web. This post we look at why it doesn't translate, and provide some code that solves a common request: modifying the available options in an option set.

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Power Apps Portals: Print Invoices

The topic of my first Portals Community Call back in January was the how to build a portal that allows a customer to view and print invoices. While solutions for this has been described by others (including Megan V. Walker's excellent post), I also presented a different approach that I thought was worth covering in a blog post so that I could get a bit more into the technical details.

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Power Apps Portals: New Related Record is Unrelated?

For the most part, Entity Lists try to mirror the functionality of the selected model-driven form in CDS. This means that certain settings on the model-driven form can have a significant impact on how things work in Power Apps Portals, event if it is not obvious at first. In this post, I'll cover one of those not-so-obvious (at least to me) settings - Show Related Records.

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Case Studies

National Aboriginal Curling Championship

Website for Aboriginal Curling Bonspiel

Engineered Code donated their services to create a website providing information and results for the annual National Aboriginal Curling Championship in Saskatoon, SK.

Saskatchewan Foster Families Association

Dynamics CRM & Business Catalyst

Engineered Code configured and customized an implementation of Dynamics 365 for the SFFA, the organization that supports and advocates on behalf of foster families in the province, as well as provided technical assistance for a new website built on Business Catalyst.

Partner: Amplify Digital Marketing Corporation
Office of the Registrar of Lobbyists Saskatchewan

Regulatory Enforcement with Dynamics 365

Using Adxstudio Portals and Dynamics CRM, Engineered Code built the system used by the Province of Saskatchewan to enforce their lobbying legislation.

Partner: Amplify Digital Marketing Corporation
Out of the Box Experiences

E-commerce WordPress Site

Engineered Code provided technical assistance in the creation of a WordPress-based e-commerce portal for OOTBE, a company providing their customer with unique experience packages.

Partner: Amplify Digital Marketing Corporation

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Engineered Code is a web application development firm and Microsoft Partner specializing in web portals backed by Dynamics 365 & Power Platform. Led by a professional engineer, our team of technology experts are based in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.