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Helper II
Helper II

When hitting submit, flow sends data to create an item in Dynamics 365 CRM

Hey all!

 

I am wondering if you cant submit a form and the data inside the form will be sent out VIA Flow or Logic Apps to create an item with the form's data within Dynamics 365 CRM.

 

For an example: I am creating a ticket that has an ID of 100. Ticket: 100 has details of the status, description, request type, etc... When I click submit a ticket, in PowerApps, Ticket 100 is created with the information inside the form in Dynamics 365 CRM. Is this possible and how would I be able to do this? Also one last question, what is the difference between Azure's Logic Apps and Office 365's Flow, which one would be suitable for this?

 

Thank you in Advance.

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You will probably be alright with Flow if the operations are not overly complex. Start there.

 

>Create a new flow with PowerApps as trigger

>Create record in database

>Go into PowerApps

>Create a button

>Click the button, go to the Action tab, and click Flows

>Add your flow from the list

>Give the flow the parameters you wish to pass it (In this case the data you are going to put into your datasource - This will probably be something like flowname.run(idTextbox.Text, ticketId,Text, etc,Text, etc.Text) )

 

Hopefully I have understood your question/statement.. 

 

Cheers,

Sean

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Continued Contributor
Continued Contributor

You will probably be alright with Flow if the operations are not overly complex. Start there.

 

>Create a new flow with PowerApps as trigger

>Create record in database

>Go into PowerApps

>Create a button

>Click the button, go to the Action tab, and click Flows

>Add your flow from the list

>Give the flow the parameters you wish to pass it (In this case the data you are going to put into your datasource - This will probably be something like flowname.run(idTextbox.Text, ticketId,Text, etc,Text, etc.Text) )

 

Hopefully I have understood your question/statement.. 

 

Cheers,

Sean

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