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Use of aggregate, groupby in fetchxml query

Use of aggregate, groupby in fetchxml query

This post dives into the use of aggregate and groupby functions in FetchXML queries. By utilizing these functions, users can create more complex queries that roll up data and group it by specific attributes. Aggregate functions like SUM, COUNT, MAX, and MIN can summarize data from a specified attribute, while groupby allows users to group the results based on one or more attributes.

The post goes on to provide examples of how to use aggregate and groupby in FetchXML queries, with detailed explanations and step-by-step instructions. By following these examples and understanding the underlying concepts, users will be able to write their own advanced queries that can efficiently extract information from their CRM data.

If you're looking to take your FetchXML skills to the next level, be sure to check out this informative post and learn how to leverage the power of aggregate and groupby functions in your queries.

The link to the post is https://crm365skill.blogspot.com/2023/05/use-of-aggregate-groupby-in-fetchxml.html

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