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Syndicated from - https://d365demystified.com/2020/05/04/call-a-dynamics-365-action-from-flow-bound-and-unbound-actions-power-automate/
Ever wondered how to call an Action from a Flow using the new Common Data Service (Current Environment) connector? There are 2 actions to perform this –
Here’s a quick post to demonstrate that and the difference between Perform a bound action and Perform an unbound action in the CDS (Current Environment) connector.
Note that the connector used here is Common Data Service (Current Environment) connector which is available only if you are creating a Flow inside a Solution, not outside.
Bound Action meaning calling an Action in Dynamics 365 that is bound to any one entity i.e. which is not a Global Action
Unbound Action meaning calling an Action that is not bound to any entity in Dynamics 365 and is set to None (Global)
Hope this simple example helps explain the actions!
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