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Kristoffer88
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Getting @odata.etag from dataset in a PCF component

Hi.

 

Is it possible to get the @odata.etag, when retriving records form the context.parameters.dataset ?

 

I can see in the FetchXML called by PCF, that the data is there, but i am not sure how to fetch it.

 

 

 

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DianaBirkelbach
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A real good question @Kristoffer88 .

 

I didn't found a way nether. Maybe it's worth to post an idea for this, and post the link here.

 

As a workaround for now, I can only think of making an extra fetch for the ids you have in the dataset, in order to get the etag. 

Kind regards,
Diana
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DianaBirkelbach
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Super User

A real good question @Kristoffer88 .

 

I didn't found a way nether. Maybe it's worth to post an idea for this, and post the link here.

 

As a workaround for now, I can only think of making an extra fetch for the ids you have in the dataset, in order to get the etag. 

Kind regards,
Diana
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Kristoffer88
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Advocate I

Thanks for the reply Diana.

 

I was hoping to find another solution, as I am often loading 3-4000 records into the control. Was hoping not to double load or load the records only from the rest api

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