In the previous post, we created an Azure Function which generates an SSRS report from Dynamics 365. We can now hook that function up to Microsoft Flow as a custom connector, where we can use it as an action in a flow to send the response (i.e. the report file) in an email.
As part of the Unified Interface, Microsoft has implemented the Custom Controls Framework. This blog series will show how you can create your very own custom controls (note: check the author blog for other posts regarding CCF)
Markus Erlandsson talks to Jukka Niiranen about Dynamics 365 Spring Release 2018. Jukka explains what the new Business Application Platform is all about and how it is based on Common Data Service and how that is the 2.0 of XRM.