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Step-by-Step: How to generate documents in Power Automate (Microsoft Flow)
This blog article outlines how DocumentsCorePack allows us to generate and process documents within Power Automate (Microsoft Flow).

DocumentsCorePack Print Application Configuration for Dynamics 365
This blog article outlines how to configure the DocumentsCorePack Print Application for Microsoft Dynamics 365.

DocumentsCorePack Server Based Load Balancing Services
If there are many documents to be processed by a DocumentsCorePack, it may occur that one service is not enough. This issue can be solved by installing a DocumentsCorePack (DCP) ServerBased Load Balancing Service. This article outlines the functionality of such a DCP Load Balancing Service and how to install it.

Recap: eXtreme365 and User Group Summit in Amsterdam
An awesome week in the country of bikes, cheese, clogs, Heineken .... ended. We had such a great time last week at eXtreme365 and User Group Summit in Amsterdam. Thank you for joining us! It was a pleasure for us to be part of such a great experience and to meet old and also new business partners and customers.

Dynamics 365 Unified Interface limitations
This article describes missing functionalities of our add-ons in comparison of the Dynamics 365 default UI with the new Unified Interface.

CRM Sandbox Plugin errors and resolutions
This blog article outlines how to handle the CRM Sandbox Plugin errors.

Resource not found Web API Error for Dynamics 365
This blog article outlines how to proceed if you get the following error message in your web browser: "Resource not found for the segment ‘ptm_......’.

Non-interactive users as service account
This blog article outlines that it is possible to use non-interactive users to create a service for AttachmentExtractor or DocumentsCorePack.

How to find out the internal value of an option field
This short blog article outlines how to search for the internal value of an option field.