I’ve looked at different ways of accessing CDS metadata recently, but there’s another way I’d overlooked – using FetchXML. CDS exposes a limited amount of metadata as special virtual entities that lets you query it using standard FetchXML syntax:
I received a notification today that the preview TDS endpoint had been disabled on my environment because of a security vulnerability.
I’ve been studying lately for the Azure Data Engineer Associate certification, and the main point of one of the exams (DP-201 – Designing an Azure Data Solution) is all about picking the data platform(s) that best meet the requirements. Having used SQL Server for many years it’s a simple trap to fall into to just […]
One of the things that really attracts me to the D365 platform is its metadata capabilities. As an ISV we make a lot of use of this at Data8, making sure our solutions automatically adapt to the customizations that each customer has made in their own system. There are a few different ways to access […]
I’m pleased to release the latest update for SQL 4 CDS today! For this update I’ve focused on common problems I’ve seen people encounter with their queries from my telemetry. These updates should either mean that more queries can be executed immediately, or the error message is more descriptive to help solve common errors.