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Getting a SharePoint OAuth Access Token in a Dynamics 365 Web Resource

And now for something completely different! While I normally talk about Dynamics 365 Portals, we’ve had a few requests recently around SharePoint and Dynamics 365 integration, specifically around uploading documents to SharePoint via a custom interface. I initially thought that it would be a topic well covered on the Dynamics blogosphere but, to my surprise, I couldn’t find a lot out there. So I spent some time figuring it out, and thought I’d share my findings.

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Updates to the June 2018 Release of the Portal Capabilities for Microsoft Dynamics 365

In last week’s post I talked about the release of v9 of the Portals, and mentioned that there didn’t seem to be any new features. Since then a new revision has been released (v9.0.6.7), and the release notes have been updated to include three new features.

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Taking Advantage of the Portals Source Code Release for Traditional v8 Portals Projects

In a previous blog post I mentioned how it can be useful to use the Portals Source Code release to actually step through Portal source code in a debugger. However, there are more great uses for the Portals source code, even if you are using the official Microsoft-hosted option.

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