ADO.NET Provider for Microsoft Dynamics 365

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EFCore Console Application

Creating the Data Model

There are two approaches that can be taken in creating the context and entity classes for your application. With the Code-First Approach approach, you can fine-tune your model by writing the classes manually. Alternatively, you can make use of Reverse Engineering (Scaffolding) to generate these classes automatically from your Microsoft Dynamics 365 schema.

Perform LINQ Commands in Your Code

After Entity Framework Core is set up and the Microsoft Dynamics 365 provider is registered, you can execute LINQ in your code.

using System.Linq;
using MySolutionName.Models;

System.Text.Encoding.RegisterProvider(System.Text.CodePagesEncodingProvider.Instance); // Include this if you would like to use code pages not bundled in .NET Standard.
Dynamics365Context ents = new Dynamics365Context();
var GoalHeadingsQuery = from GoalHeadings in ents.GoalHeadings
                   orderby GoalHeadings.GoalHeadingId
                   select GoalHeadings;

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