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Simple flow for CDS: How to update owner

I'm working on a simple flow.  I want to change the owner of an account in Dynamics 365 if the product is a given type.  How to I hard-code a change to the owner?

 

Here is what I have thus far:

 
 
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Hi @Anonymous,

 

These User IDs are store in the User entity, you could use List records action to find John Doe's user ID, then use the ID to update the owner, for example:

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item()?['ItemInternalId']

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Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

When you open any record in D365 it has following format

 

https://yourcompany.crm.dynamics.com/main.aspx?appid=xxxxxxxx&forceUCI=1&pagetype=entityrecord&etn=entity&id=recordid

 

So when you open the user which you want to hard code just open that particular record and grab the last piece after id=

 

Thanks

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Anonymous
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I've found that, if Owner is to be updated in a flow, the Owner Type must be updated along with it:

 

see   https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-automate/connection-dynamics365

(there is similar requirement for updating 'customer' and 'regarding' fields).

 

To use the team or user name, use 'list records first', with a filter:

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Use the 'Update a Record' step, with owner fields set:

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Anonymous
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ManishJain
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

You can use update record action and in owners part use /systemusers(guid) or /teams(guid) if you want to assign it to specific team

 

Thanks

Anonymous
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I don't quite follow... it's a team owner that I want to use.  So, /teams(guid)… I assume I need the guid for the specific team, but how do I get it?  And are you being specific about entering it as "/teams(12345)" ? 

Hi @Anonymous,

 

These User IDs are store in the User entity, you could use List records action to find John Doe's user ID, then use the ID to update the owner, for example:

Annotation 2020-05-27 153556.jpg

 

item()?['ItemInternalId']

Annotation 2020-05-27 153610.jpg

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

When you open any record in D365 it has following format

 

https://yourcompany.crm.dynamics.com/main.aspx?appid=xxxxxxxx&forceUCI=1&pagetype=entityrecord&etn=entity&id=recordid

 

So when you open the user which you want to hard code just open that particular record and grab the last piece after id=

 

Thanks

View solution in original post

Anonymous
Not applicable

I've found that, if Owner is to be updated in a flow, the Owner Type must be updated along with it:

 

see   https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-automate/connection-dynamics365

(there is similar requirement for updating 'customer' and 'regarding' fields).

 

To use the team or user name, use 'list records first', with a filter:

Annotation 2020-05-27 150032.jpg

 

Use the 'Update a Record' step, with owner fields set:

Annotation 2020-05-27 150206.jpg

 

 

 

View solution in original post

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Please mark the solution as accepted if you are good with the response.

 

Thanks

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