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I found a licensing comparison table between D365 Sales Professional & Enterprise in this Dynamics 365 Licensing guide (December 2021):
In that table I found the following limitation for customizations for forms and views:
Does it mean:
I can create only two custom views and two custom forms for the 'entire app acros all entities (Account, Opportunity, Contact...)'
I can create only two custom views OR custom forms for the 'entire app acros all entities (Account, Opportunity, Contact...)'
I can create two custom views and two custom forms 'per entity'
I can create only two custom views and forms 'per entity'
And what if I don't create a new form but customize the default Sales Professional form? Does that count as an 'custom form'?
I looked in the suggested Appendix D for guidance but could not find anything on that:
You can create two custom views and two custom forms 'per entity' .
For "And what if I don't create a new form but customize the default Sales Professional form? Does that count as an 'custom form'?", i'm not sure about it.
Maybe you can contact Salesperson for more correct details:
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Hi Leah Ju,
Thank you. That is perfect. And if I can create two custom forms per entity, it does not matter that much if a customisation of a default form would count or not. And I'm curious...I seriously tried to find that information but could not find it. Is there another resources than the Licensing Guide?
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