D365 Joins in X++

D365 Joins in X++

Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is a relationship database. This means there are many tables that contain data that relates to each other. D365 joins combine rows from two or more tables together, based on related columns. Developers use D365 joins in x++ select statements to read and update the data they are... Continue Reading →

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