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PowerApps Portals: Data Upload Using SharePoint and Flow

A question that's popped up a few times on the community forums is around a solution that would allow PowerApps Portals users to upload an Excel or CSV file and have records created in the CDS/Dynamics database. Some others have suggested some answers, so I'd thought I'd summarize, plus offer another possible solution.

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PowerApps Portals: Support for X-Content-Type-Options HTTP Header

While perusing the latest release notes for PowerApps Portals, I came across a note that Microsoft has added support for the HTTP/X-Content-Type-Options HTTP Header. Since it's something I've run into in the past, but not something that many Dynamics/Power Platform developers may have seen, I thought I'd provide a quick summary of what it's for.

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PowerApps Portals: Unexpected Read-only Entity Form

There are certain cases where you can do everything you'd think is required to setup an editable Entity Form, yet for some reason it keeps appearing as read-only. In this post, I'll explain why. Spoiler alert: I don't have a great workaround for this problem, but to save some other people the headache of trying to figure out what's going on, I thought I'd put together a quick post.

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Case Studies

AlarmTek

Full Business Solution

Built using Microsoft Dynamics 365 as the platform, Engineered Code developed a full business solution for AlarmTek, including mobile applications for employees and customers, a website, and integrations with multiple finance applications.

Partner: DC Design Works, Justin Reves
Green Acres Golf Course

Custom ASP.NET Website

Using traditional ASP.NET Web Forms and Master Pages, as well as a custom weather integration, Engineered Code provided this local Regina business their very first website.

Signpatico

Digital Billboard Content Management

Signpatico, manages digital video billboards across western Canada; Engineered Code built a web portal using WordPress to allow their customers to control certain aspects of their advertisements, such as deciding whether a certain ad should be displayed based on current weather conditions.

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Microsoft Portal Accelerator with Mobile-Specific Version

Leveraging the free Microsoft Customer Portal Accelerator, Engineered Code built a new website for the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, including a version specifically targeted at mobile devices.

Partner: Brown Communications Group

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