Creating you First Azure Database — 365Concepts


If you’re still creating databases locally for all your development and testing needs, it’s time to give yourself the kick you need to start doing things a little differently and learn something new in the process. Going to Azure isn’t as complicated as you think (if you start small). If you’re worried about costs, there […]

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Microsoft Flow – 5 reasons to use Peek code in Microsoft Flow. — SharePains


Have you used the peek code option in Microsoft Flow yet? As a low-code development environment the first response might be why would I use the peek code option. Does this option help? The peek code option has been there for quite a while in Logic Apps but it is still quite new to Flow. […]

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How to Solve Outlook “0X80072f06” Error — UC Steps


Summary: This article will help you understand the reason behind Outlook ‘0X80072F06’ error, and methods to fix the error. When using an Exchange Offline Address Book (OAB) for your Outlook application, you might encounter ‘0X80072f06’ error. Understanding the Occurrences of ‘0X80072f06’ error The error can occur in these two formats: When trying to update OAB […]

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Load data from Exact Online into SQL Server using SSIS — ZappySys Blog


Introduction In this article, you will learn how to load data from Exact Online into SQL Server using SSIS. Exact Online is a popular CRM, ERP and HRM tool which also lets you manage your finances. As an example, we will use Exact Online contacts as data to load it into a SQL Server database. […]

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oAuth2.0 Flow (Authorization Code Flow) — The Normal Programmer


OAuth 2.0 specification defines 4 types of authorization flows (Authorization Code, Resource Owner Password Credentials, Implicit, and Client Credentials) This post is only focus on the authorization code flow. The followings are the steps of the flow: The client / app makes and authorization requests to authorization server (e.g. Google, Facebook), and the authorization server […]

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ASP.NET Core OAuth Device Flow Client with IdentityServer4 — Software Engineering


This article shows how to implement the OAuth 2.0 Device Flow for Browserless and Input Constrained Devices in an ASP.NET Core application. The tokens are then saved to a cookie for later usage. IdentityServer4 is used to implement the secure token server. Code: https://github.com/damienbod/AspNetCoreHybridFlowWithApi History 2019-02-24 Updated packages, API calls Note: The code in the […]

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OAuth: Get-AccessToken — The clueless guy


Since everything is shifting towards cloud, folks are looking more and more into possibilities and how cloud features can be incorporated into products. One crucial topic is all around Authentication and Authorization. OAuth is the most used word in the past month,when I was approached by developers and they wanted to access somehow Exchange related […]

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Tip- 27: Add More Customer Information in NetSuite SuiteCommerce Website Checkout Page — Netsuite Voyage


Hello friends, There was a requirement, where client wanted us to add some more Customer Information fields in website checkout in Suite Commerce. But as we all know, we can’t add any customer custom fields in Checkout page. Now what???? I came up with an idea, where we can add custom Transaction fields in Checkout […]

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