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First look at PCF dynamic schema object outputs

One of the new features now supported in PCF (Power Apps Component Framework) code components are ‘object outputs’. A PCF component has a manifest file that defines the inputs/output properties that it accepts, and each of those properties has a data type. Until now, it was only supported to use data types that are supported by Dataverse (E.g. Decimals, Lookups, Choices etc. ). Object-typed…

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First look at PCF dynamic schema object outputs

Develop 1 Limited Blog – Microsoft Dynamics 365 Solutions – One of the new features now supported in PCF (Power Apps Component Framework) code components are object-outputs. Let’s take a look at how they can be used to create an output property with a dynamic schema.

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Author: Scott Durow

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