Does anyone what the Solution Health Hub app is? It appeared in our app list, but not sure how it got there.
It showed up in mine this week too and I assumed it was somthing created by someone else in our company. Obviously, that is not the case. I found this article on the Solution Health Hub: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/customer-engagement/admin/solution-health-hub. I am not an admin so I was not able to execute the app.
Yes @LRVinNC, you are correct in what it is and that the target audience for usage of the app is administrators. Regarding when and why it appeared, it was included as part of the platform when Solution Checker went to GA over the past few weeks. These are both contained in the PowerApps Checker solution. Currently, there are only rulesets/rules included in the Field Services deployment, however, we are working with other feature teams for Dynamics and partners to include health rulesets/rules in their solutions. You can also implement them to ensure the health of your solutions/customizations. More documentation is coming soon on how to do just that. This is probably where it is most applicable to makers/customizers. Hope that helps...
Note - I am a Microsoft engineering lead on the PowerApps team
@MikeHuguet Do we need any special permissions or licenses to view it?
I can't access the PowerApps list with a non-admin account anymore. If I use a direct link to PowerApps-Studio it works fine. If I go to "File -> Open" in PowerApps Studio the "Solution Health Hub" is also NOT displayed.
If I use an admin-account it works fine. But with the non-admin account I get an error message "You don't have access to this".
Solution Health Hub is an app that allows an admin to check on the health of their organization in the context of the solutions that are installed in the system. As @MikeHuguet mentioned at the moment the rules that are shipped are for Field Service, but over the next few months other application teams will also be shipping their own health rules.
The rules are executed in the CDS organization, so regardless if you are using Canvas or Model driven apps, the purpose is to check on the state of configurations, data that you ned, etc. We are working on documentation on how you can write and register your own custom rules, so please stand by for that.
As to the question of who can see the app module, OOB only admin users have access to the app module and entities that are used by the application. Of course you can grant priviledges to your other roles and they will start seeing it as well, but it is intended for admin personas.
Note - I am a Microsoft engineering manager on the Field Service team