PCF

Commands to work with Power Apps component framework.

Parameters

Property Name Description Example
init Initializes the code component project. It has the following parameters: pac pcf init --namespace SampleNameSpace --name SampleComponent --template field
push Pushes the code component to the Dataverse instance with all the latest changes. It has the following parameter:
  • publisher-prefix: Publisher prefix of the organization.
pac pcf push --publisher-prefix dev
version Updates the component manifest file with the specified patch version. It has the following parameters:
  • patchversion: Patch version of the code component. patchversion will only take value of the third part of the version tuple: Major.Minor.Patch.
  • path: Absolute or relative path of the component manifest file.
  • allmanifests: Updates the patch version for all the component manifest files.
  • updatetarget: Updates the specified manifest file. It has two values, build and project.
  • strategy: Updates the patch version for the manifest files by using specified strategy values. It has the following values:
    • gittags: Use Git tags to decide whether a particular component's patch version needs to be updated.
    • filetracking: Use a .csv file to decide whether a particular component's patch version needs to be updated.
    • manifest: Increments the patch version by 1 for all the components.
pac pcf version --patchversion 1.0.0.0 --path c:\Users\Downloads\SampleComponent --allmanifests

pac pcf version --strategy gittags

See also

Power Apps component framework overview
What is Microsoft Power Platform CLI?