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Where’s That Dynamics 365 Portals Code? – Part 1

When someone first gets started with the Portal capabilities for Dynamics 365, one thing I’ve noticed that can be a bit overwhelming is how many different places you can put a piece of HTML, JavaScript, Liquid, etc to achieve the same result. In this series of posts, I describe some of the options, and provide some our best practices.

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Adding SharePoint Integration to the Employee Self-Service Portal Without Server-side Code – Part 2

In my second post in the series on how you can add an integration with SharePoint to the Employee Self-Service Portal in Dynamics 365 without using server-side code, I’ll describe how we go about getting the SharePoint folder location for the current Case on the Edit Case page.

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Hacking Your Way to Server-Side Code with Dynamics 365 Portals – Just Like Microsoft!

One of the big things we’ve talked about during the transition from Adxstudio Portals v7 to the Portal Capabilities for Dynamics 365 v8 is losing the ability to include server-side code in your website project. There are ways around this limitation – typically we recommend using a Dynamics 365 Portals Companion App. However, there is another technique, which we’ve always considered a bit of a hack, but not only does it work, Microsoft is using the technique in their own Portals. So if they can do it, why not us?

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