USD – FireEvent Action

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In USD, we can call the FireEvent action to fire an event in our action call.

For example, let’s add a new event to Contact hosted control:

Give the event a name, e.g. EventWeWillRun:

In the event, we will create an action called DisplayAMessage, that will display some text, e.g. “Event has been called!”:

The event should now look like this:

With the event created on the contact:

Now, let’s call this event after the BrowerDocumentComplete event fires for the same Contact hosted control:

 Add a new action. We will fire this event using the FireEvent action:

It should now look like:

Now let’s run USD and click on a contact.

We can see our event is called through the FireEvent action:



Carl de Souza is a developer and architect focusing on Microsoft Dynamics 365, Power BI, Azure, and AI.

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