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The Wiki article at https://ax.help.dynamics.com/en/wiki/building-and-consuming-data-entities by Kuntal Mehta, in the section on using oData, refers to checking that you are in the solution FMEntityLab. Where can I get this from? I've searched all disks on out Dynamics 365 Development environment and no such files exist.
P.S. I'm actually using Dynamics 365 for Operations.
All the FM stuff is the car rental demo feature they created.
Try going to: https://[tenant].cloudax.dynamics.com/data
That will list your entities.
An example: Go to https://[tenant].cloudax.dynamics.com/data/Customers
... off cause you replace [tenant] with your own tenant.
I know where to view entities. In the article the last section gives a tutorial on creating a sample console application in visual studio to access using oData the entity created earlier in the article. The section starts by saying to make sure you have opened the solution FMEntityLab. It's this visual studio solution and related files that I want to find.
Without these files it's not possible to follow the article so I assume they were made available when the article was posted.
Hope this clarifies my request.
Hi Derek Dongray,
You can find all FM labs and code sample, including oData in this yammer thread posted by MS
or on gitHub https://github.com/Microsoft/FMLab
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