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I have created a Virtual Entity using a Custom Data Provider. With Advanced Find/ Quick Search on the view, it is not filtering virtual entity data. Please see the below screenshot
Is there any way to achieve this using the retrieve multiple plugin which we use for the virtual entity?
Can anyone please help me to resolve this?
It's a bit hard to give suggestions about code without the code available. Can you share the code you use in RetrieveMultiple step?
Andrew Butenko: Thank you so much for the quick reply, please find my retrieve multiple plugin test code snippet below:
So the answer is super simple! Just convert your input query (from the context) to the query to the target environment. Done!
Thanks for the response, but how can I read the value of the view's search field which is OOB.
Can you help me with the test code snippet for this?
sorry to ask this naive question but have never tried reading OOB search field values of views from the context.
Check following article - docs.microsoft.com/.../sample-generic-ve-plugin
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Andrew Butenko I resolved this issue using the reference provided by you. Thank You
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