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"Price List Items" not sowing in Advanced Find.
Can anybody help??
Using CRM 2016 on premise
It's by design, the price list items are not visible in the advanced find in your CRM version.
There is a property named "IsValidForAdvancedFind" in EntityMetadata to tag which entity should appear in Advanced Find. You can update this value directly on the database. I'm not sure if it's supported.
update MetadataSchema.Entity set IsValidForAdvancedFind = 1 where Name = productpricelevel
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Take a look to this blog, it explains how to remove an entity from the advanced find:
Good Luck !!
Any news ?
It was not worked for me.
Im using Version 1612 (22.214.171.124) (DB 126.96.36.199) on-premises
I'm on the same page with Mehdi.
You will export the "Price List Items" entity in an unmanaged solution, open the customization.xml file of the solution, find the IsValidForAdvancedFind Property for the "Price List Items" entity and update the value to '1' before importing the solution back into CRM.
This solution is available for the D365 OP.
When we exported the Price List Items entity in an solution, there was no "IsValidForAdvancedFind" Property in the customization.xml.
What fixed it is Mehdi's solution, with a very small change:
Mehdi's query:update MetadataSchema.Entity set IsValidForAdvancedFind = 1 where Name = productpricelevel
Our query:update MetadataSchema.Entity set IsValidForAdvancedFind = 1 where Name = 'ProductPriceLevel'
Good news !!
@Muhammed please verify the reponse to close this thread.
Hello Lu Hao,
Thank you for your respond.
I couldn't find the attribute ' IsValidForAdvancedFind Property' in customization.xml file.
Below is the file.
Can you please share the solution to my email : firstname.lastname@example.org if you are using the same version?
My CRM Version 1612 (188.8.131.52) (DB 184.108.40.206) on-premises
<Name LocalizedName="Price List Item" OriginalName="Price List Item">ProductPriceLevel</Name>
<entity Name="ProductPriceLevel" unmodified="1">
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