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Did anyone test the new Batch processes feature in CRM 2016 worflow?
Which batch process feature are you referring to?
I have a CRM 2016 online trail. There is a batch processes section within the workflow process designer. See screenshot.
It executes any Workflow process by a schedule. This was the missing feature with workflows, as the only option was to use wait/timeout until condition, which will keep the workflow waiting till the date comes.
that is a custom entity
No its not, this is a OOB entity with CRM 2016 Online, not with 2016 on-prem. I guess its in the early development stage... There is no reference material online for this.
I have several CRM 2016 online trials (one just created this morning in a CRM4 datacenter) and none of them contains an entity called "Batch Process".
In addition the icon of the entity is the one used for custom entities, I doubt that if Microsoft publish a new entity leaves that icon.
However if you still think that is an OOB entity, you can create a user in that trial and send me the credentials in order to check it out.
That sure looks a lot like the Asynchronous Batch Process Solution by Yaniv Arditi:
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