In general, we often requires to login CRM with multiple User accounts in multiple browser windows, also in parallel.Continue reading
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In my earlier article, i have explained,
Now, follow the below steps to get all Entities Logical Names and Object Type Codes in Dynamics CRM Online or On-premises.
Step 1: Login to Dynamics CRM and Navigate to Settings -> Customizations.
Copy the Instance Web API URL (Service Root URL).
URL looks like the below,
https://[CRM ORG Name].api.crm9.dynamics.com/api/data/v9.1
Step 2: We have to use the below text to get the ObjectTypeCode and LogicalName
Step 3: Append Instance Web API URL text with the above URL (mentioned in Step 2), final URL looks like the below,
https://[CRM ORG Name].api.crm9.dynamics.com/api/data/v9.1/EntityDefinitions?$select=LogicalName,ObjectTypeCode
Step 4: Browse the above URL in a new Browser window to see the below result.
Note: To get all custom entities Logical Names and Object Type Codes only, then use the below URL.
https://[CRM ORG Name].api.crm9.dynamics.com/api/data/v9.1/EntityDefinitions?$select=LogicalName,ObjectTypeCode&$filter=ObjectTypeCode gt 9999
Hope this article helps you !!!
Recently i have downloaded a Visual Studio solution from OneDrive and tried to open it in Visual Studio and immediately it has shown error as below.Continue reading
Found an interesting Extension to browse metadata of Common Data Service (CDS) based applications such as Microsoft Dynamics 365 Online & Power Apps.
Also, this works on both Microsoft Edge (Chromium based) and Google Chrome browsers.
Below is the quick snapshot of the Extension.
Follow the below steps for adding the extension (Example illustrated on Microsoft Edge – Chromium browser).
Step 1: Click here to navigate to the Extension.
Step 2: Click on Add to Chrome button.
Step 3: Click on Allow
Step 4: Click on Add extension button.
Step 5: Once extension is added, you can see the Dynamics CRM logo added to the browser.
Step 6: Open Dynamics CRM Online in the browser and click on the Dynamics CRM logo.
Step 7: Click on Browse Metadata button to see the below page.
Select the required entity to see all the Metadata at one place.
Hope you have added the extension successfully :):):)
Below BETA exam released for Dynamics 365 Solution Architects.
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