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Perform complex Dataverse FetchXml queries using Power Fx (from a Canvas App) - 365 Community

Perform complex Dataverse FetchXml queries using Power Fx (from a Canvas App)

One of the constant challenges we face when writing canvas apps and custom pages using Power Fx is ensuring that the queries we use are always delegatable. Not all operators are delegatable to the server when using Filter or Sort, which can sometimes create a performance challenge. Furthermore, some types of queries are not possible such as group-by and complex link entity queries. Wouldn’t it…

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Perform complex Dataverse FetchXml queries using Power Fx (from a Canvas App)

Develop 1 Limited Blog – Microsoft Dynamics 365 Solutions – One of the constant challenges we face when writing canvas apps is to make sure our queries are delegatable. Wouldn’t be cool to simply call a FetchXml query using Power Fx? In this post I show you how.

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