D365 FO Data entity Export using X++

D365 FO  Data entity Export using X++

This post provides information on exporting data entity through X++ in D365 FO. The post includes a code snippet written in X++ that can be used to export the data entity along with the necessary queries and parameters. The post emphasizes the need to update the query to filter the desired dataset. The post provides references to other sources for further guidance.

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