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I have a query in SQL format as below in Dynamic on-premise SSRS and I need to convert it into D365 online SSRS using Fetch XML
SELECT TOP (10) [f-code], Name, [Bus. Phone], Chapter, Company, Trading, Membership, GrpFROM [MB-MBR]WHERE ([f-code] = @CRM_FilteredAccount)
I need to convert this into Fetch XML. But I can not find this entity. Please, help me to convert this into fetch XML.
Where did you get this query from? This doesn't look like correct or complete.
Nonetheless, you can refer the below blog on converting query-
Hope this helps.
You can refer this page to convert your SQL to FetchXML
Its better to first locate this entity in your advanced Find and there we have an option to download FetchXML also.
Here are some more useful tips when dealing with SSRS Reports
This query pointing to the old version of CRM. That is why the query is different. Thanks all who reply to this post.
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