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Demonstration – Build a Microsoft Flow

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In this activity, we’re going to create aflow in the in the flow portal. This going to be a very simple flow.

It’s going to be a button flow that is going to accept a name. We’re going to then use the CDS connector to create an account entity in CDS with our flow.

Watch the video demonstration for an understanding of how to create this flow.

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