In this blog about process mining, I will talk about my learnings about data requirements for event logs to be used for process mining. Next to the file format, I will provide several examples showing the differences and variation options.

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Process Mining New Process

Just recently, I shared my first blog post about Process Mining. In my previous post, I shared the first step to get started with Process Mining. In this post, I will go one step further and present a walkthrough of how to create a new process using an event log data file.

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Process Mining Getting Started

For a while now, Microsoft has been offering a service for process mining and task mining. In Power Automate there is a Process Mining tool embedded. Process mining can help with e.g. finding bottlenecks or errors in processes or making measured decisions on what tasks could be automated. While I have my main focus on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations, process mining is a very interesting event analysis tool that can help many ERP customers. After giving some presentations about this topic, I thought it would be useful to share my knowledge on my website. This will be my first post about the Process Mining tool, but I will add more posts in the future on this topic looking at it from the angle of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations.

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In this blog post, I will share a workaround to update or delete records in different legal entities when using the Fin & Ops Apps connector. This connector can be used with Microsoft cloud services: Power Automate, Power Apps, and Logic Apps. When the records to be updated or deleted are not part of the default company of the user, you will get an error “No resources were found when selecting for update”. Continue to read how to solve this error.

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