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One of my users constantly gets this error when trying to login to the D365 (It happened suddenly and only from a specific network):
The application has lost connectivity to the server. You might not see all the records as you are offline.
Operation timed out. Cache name : GetClientMetadataDataSource.GetClientMetadata:WebAPIService.GetClientMetadata:WebAPIService.sendRequest:WebAPIService._executeSendRequest:WebAPIService._fetch:WebAPIService.fetch
I was having the same issue while setting up a Workflow In Dynamics CRM. When I was updating a record I was selecting the checkbox I wanted to update and this was my issue. Once I unchecked that field in the update record window, I no longer Received this error. You probably set an infinite loop somewhere which is more than likely causing the connection error.
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