Often, when a real-time workflow is being executed in the background, users don’t know how long it will take for the processing to finish. setFormNotifications in D365 v9 come handy!
Here’s how I put my scenario –
- I call the Real-Time workflow using JS, example, on change of a certain field or the JS being called from the Ribbon button.
- The JS will trigger the Real-Time…
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