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I've tried to find anything helpful on this, but so far I came up empty and nothing I tried worked.
Requirement: To list all appointments where there's no Required Attendee.
We want this in a D365 view, and it looks like the lack of proper support for PartyList is really hurting in this case.
The logical approach would be a simple
<condition attribute='requiredattendees' operator='null' />
but naturally that's not supported at all. Trying to do this through a link-entity I also wasn't able to get rid of all the records with a Req.Attendee, as I was unable to find a query that would exclude all of these appointments.
Right now I had to tell the user to just Export to Excel and filter in Excel for empty on Req.Attendee - while this works, it's not a great solution obviously.
you can use this fetchXML
<fetch version="1.0" output-format="xml-platform" mapping="logical" distinct="true" >
<entity name="appointment" >
<attribute name="subject" />
<link-entity name="activityparty" from="activityid" to="activityid" alias="bb" >
<filter type="and" >
<condition attribute="participationtypemask" operator="ne" value="5" />
Thanks for the help! I'm not sure what I did wrong in my earlier attempts, but this works perfectly!
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