Why would you store images and files in CDS?

Binary data is getting better support in Common Data Service, thanks to the new image and file datatypes. How could we leverage these in Power Apps? Here are some use cases for binary data storage in CDS, as well as comparison to the familiar Attachments feature and the built-in SharePoint document management integration.

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Why would you store images and files in CDS? – Jukka Niiranen

The Common Data Service is often though as a relational data store that resembles the former XRM database. While there is backward compatibility in the sense that you can do everything with CDS that you could in XRM (Online), the real power of the cloud platform comes from going beyond those limits.

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Author: Jukka Niiranen

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