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I have a requirement from the customer where he want DMF to export data for last 48hrs from AX(D365) to Azure DB (BYOD).IS there any way we can specify incremental push with last 48 hrs.
He is using power apps to get some report with the exported data. So if more data, it will slow down his query. Hence he want at any point of time, only latest 48 hrs data in the Azure DB.
Currently I am able to configure Full push or Incremental push, But don't know how to handle only last few days data through DMF.
Any answers appreciated.
Incremental push sends all new/changed records since the last push. No matter if the change happened one minute ago or one week ago. But incremental push only works with data management projects, not with OData. OData is not push, it's pull.
For OData, you can utilize CreatedDateTime and ModifiedDateTime fields of the entity if they exist. If they don't exist, you might want to add them to the entity.
In addition, if you need to have 48 hours only, you can filter in your app or create a clean-up in your BYOD to delete older records which became obsolete.
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