The big new feature in this update is Common Table Expression support and enhanced JSON functionality.
Microsoft have just announced an updated version of the API for Dataverse Search.
It hasn’t been long since the previous release, but there’s some important fixes in this version along with some useful new features and performance improvements.
Lots of updates with subqueries, getting server information and more in this latest update. More Efficient Subquery Filters You’ve been able to use subqueries for a long time with SQL 4 CDS, but this update brings some significant performance improvements to some of the ways they can be used. This Continue Reading
This latest update lets you access data in the preview long-term retention feature along with lots of performance improvements and bug fixes.
This update includes support for the new Elastic Tables feature, XML data type and more.
Did you notice a new option appear when you create a new table in Dataverse recently? What does it mean, and what happens if you select it?
This latest update includes more powerful text-handling capabilities, particularly for non-English environments, more performance improvements and confirmation prompts in Azure Data Studio.
Along with some important updates to the existing SQL 4 CDS suite of tools, this release brings brand new integrations for SSMS 19 and Azure Data Studio!
In my last post I looked at how some of the core Sales entities are read-only in everything except their default state, and how you may need to go through a series of transitions between different states to edit them. Although these are the only entities I’m aware of that Continue Reading