And apparently still not in early 2019. So I'll waste half the afternoon installing VS 2015. And MS wonders why it's losing market share.
There's a custom Dynamics 365 Workflow Scheduler Solution made by Joseph McGregor-Macdonald:
Have a look on my blog. Its a no code solution and no effect on performance.
Try this approach for all your functionality where you need to perform operations after waiting for some time period.
if the records are too many, I wont recommend you to use wait workflow because it will affect the performance.
Besides that, you can use console application or MS flow to achieve that.
For preventing duplicate record creation - you should be able to use alternate keys in dynamics crm.
have a look here : docs.microsoft.com/.../define-alternate-keys-entity
you can have upto 5 alternate keys for the entity and in each alternate…
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