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In earlier posts I’ve said that by October 2020 all Dynamics 365 Human Resources entities will be on the common data service, well, I’m wrong! I’ve misunderstood the documentation!
Luckily Brandon Potter, the Principal Group Product Manager for D365 HR at Microsoft reached out to me to let me know what their plans were. They are working on getting connected to the CDS, but it’s a lot more complicated than both Microsoft and I would have wished.
They have a few tricks up their sleeves though! So even if not every entity are on the CDS by October, they are working on getting this better.
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