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I've recently worked on BYOD in dynamics 365 and it works almost I wanted but first here is all steps I've made:
- export entity store configurated
- entities published and tracking changed to entire entity
- export tested
During the tests I noticed that when I export Released Product v2 entity which includes product purch, sales prices and cost for second time doesn't update the rows which prices or cost are changed. When I change poperty like "latest purchase price" then it works fine, only those products which are changed are exported to database, but when I will update the price it does nothing.
I know I can make full push and drop previous data but it's a lot of data and I would take too much time and incremental push is something really usefull in this case but it have to work as intended.
The latest purchase price is something that is coming from the inventtable, the price you can edit comes from the related inventtablemodule. Since this is not the primary table this is probably the reason why this is not taken into consideration for the update (even though D365FO says it will include this table when enabling change tracking).
If this table is critical for your business and too big for manual export, I would recommend creating a custom data entity for this with a custom query to enable the precise fields for change tracking (as a lot of entries in your change tracking table will hinder your performance as well).
To create a custom query for a data entity read this post:
I already considered this option, but I wasn't entirely sure if there is a need to apply it. Now it's all clear, thanks for you help!
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