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Using OverriddenCreatedOn or Record Created On field to update Created On field in Dynamics 365 – Nishant Rana's Weblog - 365 Community

Using OverriddenCreatedOn or Record Created On field to update Created On field in Dynamics 365 – Nishant Rana’s Weblog

While working in data migration project, when creating records in the target system, we would want the “created on” field to hold the original value instead of it being set to the actual value when it was created in the target system, which is set by the system or the platform itself.

Suppose we are having the “created on” field in our source SQL Server Table and we are creating the lead records in our target Dynamics 365 organization using KingswaySoft’s CRM Destination…

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