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I am porting a project from .net framework to .net core. For that I created a new .net core (2.2.0) and adding files. In the .net framework I have using Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.Query library and I could not find it in .net core. I am new to .net framework and .net core.
I want to know what would be the possible option to implement this in .netcore. Further it would be nice if i can get useful link for porting project to .netcore I saw Microsoft articles but they are very much abstract and its hard to go through them as a beginner.
you have 2 options
1) you can include the full .NET Framework inside your .NET Core project, the downside is that your project will run only on Windows (so no Linux or Mac)
2) instead of using the SDK, you can use the REST Web API
ihmo, include the .NET Framework or just separate the business logic that requires the Dynamics SDK to a separate WebService exposing as Web API and invoke it from the .NET Core project as a standard Web API
REST Api is probably your best bet if you want to make it work on multiple platforms.
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