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Currently there is no easy or standard way to move customization changes across environments from PowerApp web portal. Only way to export and import CDS customizations (Entities, Business rules, Apps) is by exporting CDS solution from Dynamics 365. Before we look into how to achieve this, lets first understand what Environment, Instance and Organization mean when working with CDS for Apps and Dynamics 365.
In the legacy ‘CRM world’ there was the concept of an organization. There are now 3 terms you should be aware of and where they are going?
An Organization – This terminology will fade away over time and is considered legacy.
An Instance – There are 2 kinds of instances available at the minute:
An Environment – Over time Organizations and Instances will go away and we will only have the term ‘Environment’.
I have two CDS environments (DEV, Test). In DEV environment, I have created Company and Company Product entities and business rules which I want to move to Test environment as mentioned below:
In next blog we will see how to export and import data for CDS entities across environments.
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