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Yahya
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CDS (previously known as CDM) Standard Entities use

Hi. Is there anyone seriously using/testing CDS Standard Entities? I try testing the CDS concept, but i am stuck in many points, one critical is that i want to add a new organization (in Organization Entity) but i cannot enter its name. the fiel dFullName is set to read only and there is no way change its setting. any idea what is going on??

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: CDS (previously known as CDM) Standard Entities use

Hi Yahya,

Organization Entity is a standard entity in CDS. Each standard entity contains a set of default fields that you can't change or delete. This is normal behavior.

I suggest that you could go through the article below which might help you on working on CDS
https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/data-platform-intro/

Regards,
Mona

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Yahya
Level 10

Re: CDS (previously known as CDM) Standard Entities use

Hi Mona,

 

 

But Microsoft encourages use Standard Entities, and my question, if I want to create an Organization in the Standard (existing) Organization Entity, I must be able to give a name to my Organization, so how?

PowerApps Staff CWesener
PowerApps Staff

Re: CDS (previously known as CDM) Standard Entities use

 

Hi Yahya,

 

On the Organization entity you can use the "Organization name" to store the name. The Full name is a calculated field available on entities, it will be automatically populated based on what you enter in the Organization name field.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Thanks,
Clay.

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