Extending #ProjectfortheWeb Part8 #PPM #CDS #MSDyn365 #PowerPlatform #MSProject #PowerApps #PowerAutomate #PowerAddicts

Following on from part 7 where we built the snapshot process, in this post we will show the process running then view the data. If you missed part 7 it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/03/12/extending-projectfortheweb-part7-ppm-cds-msdyn365-powerplatform-msproject-powerapps-powerautomate-poweraddicts/ On the stage process, for the stages where the flow was added you will see the Run Flow button: This... Continue Reading →

Extending #ProjectfortheWeb Part7 #PPM #CDS #MSDyn365 #PowerPlatform #MSProject #PowerApps #PowerAutomate #PowerAddicts

Here is part 7 for my series on extending Microsoft Project for the Web. If you have been following this blog series you might be interested in watching a presentation I did for the recent Collab365 #GlobalCon1 conference where I walked through Project for the Web’s out of the box features then showed examples of... Continue Reading →

#Projectfortheweb resource assignment planned work data #WorkManagement #MSProject #PPM #PowerPlatform #MSDyn365 #CDS

***Update - This behaviour will soon change in Project for the web*** Just a quick post to make you aware of some scenarios where the planned work start and end date could be incorrect when using the Resource Assignment Planned Work data. Reporting on this data was covered in a post here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/03/06/projectfortheweb-example-powerbi-report-to-show-planned-work-day-by-day-workmanagement-msproject-ppm-powerplatform-msdyn365-cds/ Using the... Continue Reading →

Extending #ProjectfortheWeb Part4 #PPM #CDS #MSDyn365 #PowerPlatform #MSProject #PowerApps #PowerAutomate

Here is the 4th part to the series on extending Project for the Web. If you missed part 3, it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/12/23/extending-projectfortheweb-part3-ppm-cds-msdyn365-powerplatform-msproject-powerapps/ Part 3 covered adding a new Risks entity into Power Apps then adding this new entity into the example model driven Power App. In part 4 we will look at... Continue Reading →

Extending #ProjectfortheWeb Part3 #PPM #CDS #MSDyn365 #PowerPlatform #MSProject #PowerApps

Here is part 3 of my blog series for extending Project for the Web, for those of you that missed part 2, it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/12/19/extending-projectfortheweb-part2-ppm-cds-msdyn365-powerplatform-msproject-powerapps/ In part 2 we looked at creating the new app, in this post we will look at adding a new Risks entity. My updated example app that... Continue Reading →

Extending #ProjectfortheWeb Part2 #PPM #CDS #MSDyn365 #PowerPlatform #MSProject #PowerApps

Following on from my last blog post where I started to extending Project for the Web, this is the second post in this series. For those of you that missed part 1, this can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/12/13/extending-projectfortheweb-part1-ppm-cds-msdyn365-powerplatform-msproject-powerapps/ So in the last post we covered creating / updated the entities in Power Apps by creating... Continue Reading →

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