The Adoxio.Dynamics.DevOps module includes several features that assist in the data management of Dynamics 365 projects. The features during export are the execution of schema file transformation rules, and unpacking exported data sets so that each record is stored in a single XML file. This blog post will cover the schema file transformation feature.Continue reading “Configuration Migration Tool Schema File Preparation using Adoxio.Dynamics.DevOps”
The previous post looked at the mechanics of adding Adoxio.Dynamics.DevOps scripts to a project. This blog post examines the solution export process.Continue reading “Scripted Solution Exports with Adoxio.Dynamics.DevOps”
This blog post is going to be an introductory description of how to add and customize the sample scripts from the Adoxio.Dynamics.DevOps project into your own source controlled project so that you can start to perform scripted exports and imports of solutions and data in Dynamics 365.Continue reading “Adding Adoxio.Dynamics.DevOps Scripts to a Project”
In my previous post I introduced the Adoxio.Dynamics.DevOps PowerShell module and gave some history and purpose for Adoxio creating it. In this post I’ll cover how to install it and its dependencies so that it can be used to author and run import and export scripts for Dynamics 365 solutions and data.
Earlier today I published a new PowerShell module, Adoxio.Dynamics.DevOps, to GitHub and the PowerShell Gallery. This has been in the works for quite a long time, and was finally done today out of necessity and convenience to release a new version. Until today, it’s only been used internally and by a select few clients on projects we’ve delivered. By releasing this module as an open source project and publishing it on the PowerShell gallery, we’re hoping it will be useful to others as well.
Fully articulating and documenting this PowerShell module is going to be a much larger undertaking than I can forsee myself having a large block of time to do, so I’m going to start out small and begin by describing some of the motivations and goals behind it.