Originally posted on Prashant Kumar Maurya:
Microsoft has finally given option to compare two columns while querying data from D365 CE/Power Apps/CDS. Here I am sharing my experiences and examples of how it can be used from various channels Power Apps UI Web API Fetch XML SDK API (.net) Power Apps UI: This feature is…
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Prashant Kumar Maurya Microsoft has finally given option to compare two columns while querying data from D365 CE/Power Apps/CDS.
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