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Automate in a Microsoft Dynamics Model driven app using Azure Logic Apps and/or Power Automate

Author: Haïthem BEN AYOUB
In this guide, delve into the world of automation within Microsoft Dynamics Model-driven apps. Learn to leverage the capabilities of Azure Logic Apps and Power Automate to revolutionize your workflows. This article serves as your go-to resource, providing a detailed walkthrough for setting up automation, streamlining processes, and integrating these tools efficiently within Dynamics 365.

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This article addresses the need for automation within Microsoft Dynamics Model-driven apps using Azure Logic Apps and/or Power Automate, streamlining processes and enhancing efficiency.
Estimated Reading Time 8 minutes

Required Tools and Components:

A Computer Desktop or Laptop
Internet connection
A Browser (Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox, etc.)

Additional Things Needed

Microsoft Dynamics License or Trial
Microsoft Power Automate License
Azure Logic Apps Access

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Begin by understanding the structure and functionalities of Dynamics Model-driven apps. These apps are built on the Common Data Service and allow you to design data models, business rules, and user interfaces to automate various business processes.
Gain access to Azure Logic Apps and Power Automate by signing in with your Microsoft account. Ensure you have the necessary permissions to create and manage workflows.
Establish a connection between Dynamics 365 and Azure Logic Apps. Use connectors to integrate Dynamics 365 data and triggers into your workflows.
Walkthrough the process of creating a basic Logic App. Start with a simple workflow to understand how Logic Apps function and trigger actions within Dynamics 365.
Explore Power Automate to automate specific tasks within Dynamics 365. Create flows to streamline processes such as data entry, notifications, or approvals.
Integrate the Logic App and Power Automate flows created earlier. Test the automation by triggering events within Dynamics 365 and observing the workflow execution.

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