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Hi I am wondering is there easy way to find out what source files contain a specific string in the whole AOT? The search bar in the Application Explorer in Visual studio doesn't seem to support that.
You can use the Search metadata with code:”your string” in the Dynamics 365 menu in VS.
Use Medatadata search in VS . Also take a look at my blog below and see if it helps
This works very well. Thank you!
Another alternative is simply searching the contents of files on disk (source code and metadata are stored in .xml files, which can be easily searched). It may be a better or worse option, depending on your particular needs.
You can use various tools for that, including Powershell (Select-String cmdlet).
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