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Find own fields in eitity with SQL

Find own fields in eitity with SQL

Find own fields in eitity with SQL

(OP)
Hello!
I have added some new attributes in the product entity form.
Now I want to make a SQL queriy against the product database but I cant find witch table in the SQL (2005) database where my own attributes is??

/Kent

RE: Find own fields in eitity with SQL

When you add new fields to an entity in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 they are added to a secondary table called entitynameextensionbase

an example would be contacts. The main table is called contactbase. The tabble for any custom fields is called contactextensionbase. This differs from earlier versions of Microsoft CRM where custom fields were added to the main table i.e contactbase



John O'Donnell
Microsoft Dynamics ISV Architect Evangelist
Microsoft Corporation
Blog:http://blogs.msdn.com/usisvde

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