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I was told this is a custom entity: LedgerCovLiquidityMeasurement
According to support, it is possible the partner created the entity for us so we think it is standard
How would I know if the entity is custom?
This is an aggregate measure and that is not custom.. You can check the model of an object.
You can check package where it belongs to and from it you can determine wether it is standard or custom.
LedgerCovLiquidityMeasurement is aggregate measurement .
You can find it in AOT and see which reference package it belongs to, obviously it is Application Suite, not custom.
Use it here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/finance/cash-bank-management/cash-overview-power-bi-content
If you are unable to access the application explorer or doesn't have a development environment readily available, try downloading the technical reference reports published by Microsoft
You will find the entity LedgerCovLiquidityMeasurement inside AggrgateMeasures_V10_0_2.xlsx file which means it is a Microsoft object.
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