Cinteros.Xrm.FetchXmlBuilder 1.2019.12.1

FetchXML Builder is used to create and execute queries against CDS and Dynamics 365/CRM data.
CDS includes technologies we know as:
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement
- Dynamics CRM
- Common Data Service for Apps
- XRM
- PowerApps (Model Driven)
- PowerApps (Canvas connected to D365 or CDS)
- PowerBI (connected to D365 or CDS)
     
The tool will assist in three major areas:

1. Constructing queries, including more advanced features like:
- aggregates
- outer joins
- complex "not-in"-queries
- attributes from multi-level linked entities
- update existing views with altered queries

2. Querying CDS/CRM for information not (easily) found in the UI
- system / internal entities
- attributes hidden in CRM UI
- join on other fields than relationships

3. Developer assistance generating code for
- C# QueryExpression code
- WebAPI / OData query string
- Power Automate List Records
- SQL, JavaScript and C# stubs
- Easy to use UI to compose queries for reports in CRM

The tool reads metadata from CDS to assist with selecting entities, attributes, relations and to perform validation of condition values.

To make it even more appealing, there is also the possibility to have it show "Friendly names", which will replace the technical names of entities and attributes with their display names in the users' currently selected language, much like Advanced Find does.

Install-Package Cinteros.Xrm.FetchXmlBuilder -Version 1.2019.12.1
dotnet add package Cinteros.Xrm.FetchXmlBuilder --version 1.2019.12.1
<PackageReference Include="Cinteros.Xrm.FetchXmlBuilder" Version="1.2019.12.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Cinteros.Xrm.FetchXmlBuilder --version 1.2019.12.1
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Release Notes

-- New features --
• Integration with the SQL 4 CDS tool! https://markcarrington.dev/sql-4-cds/
• Updates to tree node properties are now immediately reflected in FetchXML and treeview
Both improvements above provided by Mark Carrington https://github.com/MarkMpn

-- Internal--
• Flow now called Power Automate https://github.com/rappen/FetchXMLBuilder/issues/267
• Improved performance for OData v4.0 and Flow – I mean Power Automate – generation
• Using latest and greatest SDKs from Microsoft

This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.2019.12.1 3,012 12/2/2019
1.2019.9.1 15,743 9/10/2019
1.2019.4.1 22,484 4/8/2019
1.2019.3.7 6,763 3/15/2019
1.2019.3.6 1,811 3/12/2019
1.2018.12.5 13,748 12/18/2018
1.2018.12.2 1,679 12/14/2018
1.2018.12.1 370 12/14/2018
1.2018.8.2 15,785 8/30/2018
1.2018.6.1 11,988 6/15/2018
1.2018.4.2 14,114 4/6/2018
1.2018.2.2 13,711 2/12/2018
1.2018.2.1 5,126 2/1/2018
1.2018.1.3 11,854 1/5/2018
1.2017.10.4 29,487 10/25/2017
1.2017.10.3 3,941 10/24/2017
1.2017.8.1 33,792 8/3/2017
1.2017.6.119 35,959 6/13/2017
1.2017.2.117 56,350 2/9/2017
1.2016.12.115 35,900 12/13/2016
1.2016.7.113 30,060 7/7/2016
1.2016.6.111 7,251 6/23/2016
1.2016.5.109 6,411 5/26/2016
1.2016.5.107 3,865 5/12/2016
1.2016.4.106 2,648 4/28/2016