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According to the announcement blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/crm/archive/2015/10/08/preview-feature-data-loader-for-microsoft-dynamics-crm-online.aspx), historical activities can be imported.
I tried to import a closed task, with statecode=1 and statuscode=5 (Completed/Completed), but the import fails saying "1 is not a valid status code on task with Id ....".
So how do you import closed tasks?
Let us try to repro this inhouse and get back to you. Are you using OOB task entity? Also, are there any CRM plugins enabled which might cause this error ?
This is to the OOTB Task entity, no plugins. I also tried with other state/status code combinations but it always came back with the same error.
Also I noticed that, unlike the CRM API, LCS will not allow you to specify statuscode without statecode. In CRM it is valid to CREATE an entity with a statuscode value as long as the statuscode is one of the Active codes.
Thanks Mike! We have reproed the issue in house. We will be fixing the issue and deploying this fix in our next update next week.
This should work, you can import closed activities like this (statecode =1, statuscode =5). Are you sure your mapping is OK ? The error message says "1 is not a valid status code", where you must have 5 for status code and 1 for statecode.
Boris, you didn't read Kuntal's reply where he said they have repro'ed this bug.
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