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is it possible to create an appointment via the Microsoft portal? so that a customer could create an appointment
we cannot configure Appointment but we have possibility for Event management and scheduling scenarios.
You can use an Entity Form or a Web Form to allow users to create appointments using a Dynamics 365 Portal.
Using Entity Form and Web Page you can achieve this.
1. Create an Entity Form for Appointment
2. Add Entity Form to a Web Page to visible on Portal
3. Add to Home screen to visible on Portal, After adding it looks like this
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Please refer to the below post...appointment is also an activity type...you can modify Activity (activitypointer) entity privileges to Create in place of read from the below post...
Hope this helps...
I have tried creating an Entity Form for appointments but Submit just fails with an unknown error followed by a GUID.
If I have an entity Form in Edit mode then it appears in the portal as only ever read only and the Submit button that I add doesn't show.
Are appointments just Special or does Portals have a problem with the EntityId + ActivityPointerId thing?
Hmm I'm not sure. I tried setting up an entity form with an Appointment and it worked fine for me.
I'd recommend enabling the functionality so you can see the details for your error:
That might give a clue as to what is going on.
Thanks Nick. I tried again and took another guess as necessary fields and it has worked this time. I also did the test with permissions turned off on the form so I can troubleshoot it from there.
Strangely turning off custom errors didn't give me a helpful YSOD but still the same useless message - I think it was CRM saying that it couldn't create an appointment because it didn't have xx field.
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