Create the Virtual Tables in Dataverse With the Virtual connector Provider – Part-#4

Introduction Virtual tables enable integrating data from external data sources by seamlessly representing that data as tables in Microsoft Dataverse, without data replication. Solutions built on Microsoft Power Platform can leverage virtual tables as if they were native Dataverse tables.  A virtual table is a custom table in Microsoft Dataverse that has columns containing data … Continue reading Create the Virtual Tables in Dataverse With the Virtual connector Provider – Part-#4

Create the Virtual Tables in Dataverse With the Virtual connector Provider – Part-#3

Introduction Virtual tables enable integrating data from external data sources by seamlessly representing that data as tables in Microsoft Dataverse, without data replication. Solutions built on Microsoft Power Platform can leverage virtual tables as if they were native Dataverse tables.  A virtual table is a custom table in Microsoft Dataverse that has columns containing data … Continue reading Create the Virtual Tables in Dataverse With the Virtual connector Provider – Part-#3

Create the Virtual Tables in Dataverse With the Virtual connector Provider – Part-#2

Introduction Virtual tables enable integrating data from external data sources by seamlessly representing that data as tables in Microsoft Dataverse, without data replication. Solutions built on Microsoft Power Platform can leverage virtual tables as if they were native Dataverse tables.  A virtual table is a custom table in Microsoft Dataverse that has columns containing data … Continue reading Create the Virtual Tables in Dataverse With the Virtual connector Provider – Part-#2

Create the Virtual Tables in Dataverse With the Virtual connector Provider – Part-#1

Introduction Virtual tables enable integrating data from external data sources by seamlessly representing that data as tables in Microsoft Dataverse, without data replication. Solutions built on Microsoft Power Platform can leverage virtual tables as if they were native Dataverse tables.  A virtual table is a custom table in Microsoft Dataverse that has columns containing data … Continue reading Create the Virtual Tables in Dataverse With the Virtual connector Provider – Part-#1

Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #4: First Power Automate Desktop Flow

Introduction Automation has changed the aspects of the business today. In addition, the opportunity of applying robotic automation in business processes has been gaining more attention as they challenge in a digital world, which requires faultless operations. With RPA Robotic Process Automation. In this blog will see the creation of the first Power Automate Desktop … Continue reading Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #4: First Power Automate Desktop Flow

Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #3: Register System

Introduction In this Blog will see the register system to Power Automate for Desktop with the Power Automate Environment. In the previous blog, we have seen the installation of the Power Automate for Desktop (PAD) https://srinathpega.com/2022/08/10/robotic-process-automationrpa-2-install-power-automate-for-desktop-application/ Register System Steps: Open the Power Automate for Desktop App in the system. 2. Click on settings on the … Continue reading Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #3: Register System

Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #2: Install Power Automate For Desktop Application

Introduction In this blog will see the installation of Power Automate for Desktop Application to the system. In the previous blog, we have seen the Power Automate Envirnmont creation: https://srinathpega.com/2022/08/09/robotic-process-automationrpa-1-setup-environment/ Power Automate for desktop prerequisites & limitations Power Automate for Desktop Installation steps Go to https://make.powerautomate.com/.Click on My flows. 3. Click on Install and select … Continue reading Robotic Process Automation(RPA) #2: Install Power Automate For Desktop Application

Power Virtual Agents #19: Chatbot Topic Edit with Variables in Microsoft Teams

Introduction Power Virtual Agents is available as both a standalone web app and as an app in Microsoft Teams. Most of the functionality is the same, but when you use Power Virtual Agents as a Microsoft Teams app, it will only be available internally. This is an ideal solution if you want to create a … Continue reading Power Virtual Agents #19: Chatbot Topic Edit with Variables in Microsoft Teams

Power Virtual Agents #18: Chatbot Creation in Microsoft Teams

Introduction Power Virtual Agents is available as both a standalone web app and as an app in Microsoft Teams. Most of the functionality is the same, but when you use Power Virtual Agents as a Microsoft Teams app, it will only be available internally. This is an ideal solution if you want to create a … Continue reading Power Virtual Agents #18: Chatbot Creation in Microsoft Teams

Power Virtual Agents #17: Adding PVA App to Microsoft Teams

Introduction Power Virtual Agents is available as both a standalone web app and as an app in Microsoft Teams. Most of the functionality is the same, but when you use Power Virtual Agents as a Microsoft Teams app, it will only be available internally. This is an ideal solution if you want to create a … Continue reading Power Virtual Agents #17: Adding PVA App to Microsoft Teams