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russrimm1
Helper II
Helper II

Programmatically determine dataverse size and license count consumptions

Hi all,


Is there any way to programmatically alert an admin when a dataverse database, file, or log exceeds a certain size, or when a specific project level D365 license count is reached?

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rampprakash
Super User
Super User

Hello @russrimm1 

 

Hope you are doing good. 

 

As per Out-of-the-box behavior Global Admin will receive email if the storage Exceeded. For Checking manually please follow this link.

 

For License: Whenever you tried to add an license it will automatically show 5/5 --> 0/5 (if no license avaialble)

 

Note: We can do both the steps manually only.

 

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russrimm
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hello @rampprakash, so no possible way to proactively notify?

Wouldn't one be able to use Power Automate to hit api.bap.microsoft.com per Preview: Programmability and extensibility - Power Platform API - Getting started - Power Platform |...?  I just found this link - it may do the trick.

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