Data Entity Filtering in Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations

Data entities were introduced in D365FO to provide a way for external services to interact with business processes within D365FO without having to know or understand how the inner workings of that data was stored. It was built on top of the OData protocol which provides a standard by which we can consume those objects through RESTful APIs. But what I found while using these was that some of…

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Data Entity Filtering in Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations | Alex Meyer

Data entities were introduced in D365FO to provide a way for external services to interact with business processes within D365FO without having to know or understand how the inner workings of that data was stored. It was built on top of the OData protocol which provides a standard by which we can consume those objects through RESTful APIs.

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