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I am experimenting with OData API endpoint for Dynamics 365 Sales. As the subscriptions are made available for Sales, Project Service Automation, Customer Service and Field Service, the provisioned instance is the same and the OData endpoint URL is also same.
As i understand, even though if i am subscribed to only Sales - the no of entitysets (tables) that are being returned from the $metadata is almost same as the number of entitysets (tables) returned by the odata endpoint when i subscribed to all of the four applications using a different account.
When i was subscribed to only sales, i was under an opinion that it would return sales specific metadata, but its not the case.
My question here is, how can i make distinction on which entitysets belong to which application based on the $metadata response. I do not see a way for this?
Is there a way where i can bucket the entitysets that are specific to Sales and the ones that are common for all?
I don't think you can do it. If you want to get the list of entities that belongs to specific application I would recommend to check the data layer - specifically appmodule and appmodulecomponent entities.
Ok, thank you Andrew.
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