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How to know which solution(s) contains a certain component (e.g. a .js)?

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How do you know in which solutions a certain element is contained? E.g a webresource. Is there perhaps a tool in XrmToolBox that can give this information?

From my research I have not found it, maybe it is information that can be obtained in a tool even if it is not its main purpose.
Or maybe it is possible to derive this info in some other way in the Dynamics?
 
Thanks in advance to anyone who will answer
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    Leah Ju Profile Picture
    Leah Ju Microsoft Employee on at
    How to know which solution(s) contains a certain component (e.g. a .js)?
    Hi Partner,
    'Active' refers to all unmanaged solutions.
    Managed and unmanaged solutions exist at different levels within a Microsoft Power Platform environment. In Dataverse, there are two distinct layer levels:
    • Unmanaged layer. All imported unmanaged solutions and unmanaged customizations exist at this layer. 
    • Managed layers. All imported managed solutions and the system solution exist at this level.
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    usersm365 39 on at
    How to know which solution(s) contains a certain component (e.g. a .js)?
    Thanks Leah Ju  for the reply!
    And what does it mean if a component (e.g. a .js) results in the solution called "Active", but this solution does not correspond to an existing solution in the system?
     

     
     


     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Leah Ju Profile Picture
    Leah Ju Microsoft Employee on at
    How to know which solution(s) contains a certain component (e.g. a .js)?
    Hi partner,
    Here, we can use the ‘Solution Layers’ button in Default and other solutions of Dynamics 365 V9.
    Go to Settings > Customizations > Default / Required solution.
    On click of this button, it will show the list of all managed solutions which included selected component, as shown in the below screenshot:

    I hope you can verify my answer if it helps you! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
    Regards,
    Leah

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