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D365 SysOperation Framework Lookup

There are times when the default parameters created for a SysOperation Framework job do not function as desired. In this article, learn to override the D365 SysOperation Framework lookup to show different columns and data than are shown by default. All of this is accomplished by creating a fourth class that extends SysOperationAutomaticUIBuilder. Review Before… Continue Reading →

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D365 SysOperation Framework Lookup – Dynamics 365 Musings

There are times when the default parameters created for a SysOperation Framework job do not function as desired. In this article, learn to override the D365 SysOperation Framework lookup to show different columns and data than are shown by default. All of this is accomplished by creating a fourth class that extends SysOperationAutomaticUIBuilder.

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