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Saratha30_M
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Dynamics 365 - Microsoft Flow - Organization Connection

I am using Dynamics 365 V9 Online instance. I have created a Microsoft flow which is calling during update of entity. it is working fine. My doubt is, I have added organization connection as current using organization. It is hardcoded organization name. So, if I am creating solution and install in other instance, the flow is showing connection issue. In CDS entity update flow, showing connection as "Current". So when I am installing solution it will take current organization connection. But Dynamics 365 update record flow, not showing current option in the list.

 

Please find the below screen shot

 

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Please suggest a solution, how to do automated organization connection during install the solution on another dynamics 365 online instance.

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Re: Dynamics 365 - Microsoft Flow - Organization Connection

@Saratha30_M 

Hi there - Is there a specific reason you want to use the D365 trigger over the CDS one?  That should resolve the concern, and also give you the ability to monitor a specific field for the update (if needed).

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Keep us posted.

-Ed-

 

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Saratha30_M
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Re: Dynamics 365 - Microsoft Flow - Organization Connection

Hi Edgonzales,

 

I have created dynamics crm sales base custom solution. All the custom entities are present in Dynamics crm.  So, I have used the flow on triggering dynamics 365 update record. I didn't use any CDS entity in my solution.

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Re: Dynamics 365 - Microsoft Flow - Organization Connection

@Saratha30_M 

So, my understanding is that CDS is pretty much the back end of D365 (unless you're on-premises?).

 

Try building a Flow using the trigger in CDS, select the same entity that you would in D365 and see if that helps.

 

Keep us posted.

-Ed-

 

 

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