With the rise of Microsoft Power Platform, companies are looking for ways to make the most of its features. Power Platform custom connectors are one of the most powerful ways to add additional functionality to your application. These custom connectors allow the app to interact with other services, such as Salesforce, Zendesk, or any other third-party service through APIs. This opens up endless possibilities to optimize user experience and increase user productivity by automating actions and tasks. In this article, we’ll explore how custom connectors are used in Power Platform and the many benefits they provide to businesses.
We will see how to replace the content of a content control of a word document from its K2 application. Let us consider that we have two word documents (D1 and D2). Each document have a content control C1 and C2 respectively. Here we will see how to replace the content of C1 by the content of C2 while maintaining the style. Indeed, the integration of a service that would do this is interesting.
In our K2 applications, we sometimes need to use a Custom WorkList. There are different ways to create a Custom WorkList. In this article, we will show you how to do it using the K2 REST API. However, we won’t dwell on the presentation of the API and the creation of its methods. if you want to know this in detail, we invite you to read the following article Discovering K2 APIs.
We often realize that the worklist control used on our Smartforms does not always provide us the features that we need 😡 .For example, we would like to have additional columns on our WorkList showing us in detail the information related to the task or request. As a result, the concept of Custom Worklist is emerging: we are sometimes used to implementing it using custom broker Workflow Management but, in this article, you will find how to do it without using a custom broker 😎
You would like to integrate a localisation system in your applications, K2 in particular, so that your users can locate an address on a map. With this article you will be able to do it in a few minutes. Read more
I’ll present you an interesting tutorial 😎 : the pagination of an editable list view on K2 . Indeed, K2 allow to add the pagination on a list view that can not be editable. But it not possible to add the pagination on an editable list view. Truce of chatter let us go to the heart of the matter. 😉 Read more
We have already had at least once an “Advanced SmartObject” whose method was changed from “List” to “Execute” without it being known neither why and even less how to fix it 🤔. In order to have clear ideas on this subject, read untill the end of the article .