This is one of two connected posts to introduce document generation features with Xpertdoc Smart Flows, explaining the important steps and issues faced during XperiDo to Smart Flows migration.
This post provides a basic idea about XperiDo as this is the start for Smart Flows. Also, most of the concepts are still same and most parts of the architecture is similar in the Smart Flows.
What is XperiDo
XperiDo is a document generation solution available as an online service and as an on-premise solution. It’s a fully compatible document generation platform for Dynamics CRM giving various of functions to generate different types of documents using Dynamics CRM data. XperiDo supports building complex document generation activities, accessing dynamics CRM schema in a user friendly environment.
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The post is about fixing the import issue, “The entity relationship role of the referencing entity is required when creating a new one-to-many entity relationship vr_processstage_workflow”.
The problem is mainly with two deprecated fields in Process entity in this scenario. However there are few similar incidents/scenarios reported and seeking solutions in the forums.
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- Open the CRM solution and navigate to Entities->Process->Fields.
- Find the fields, stageid and traversepath under the fields.
- Delete both the fields.
Visual Studio 2019 is now available for developers and dynamics 365 CE version 9.x Software Development Kit (SDK) too. However Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit only supports for Visual Studio 2012, 2013, 2015 and it uses Dynamics 365 CE SDK 8.x assemblies and tools.
This article to make Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit workable for VS 2019 and to prevent some common issues when setting up Plugin Library project to work with Dynamics 365 CE version 9.x core assemblies.
Special thanks to Sucheet Chavan for sharing useful information to the article.
Setting up Developer Toolkit for VS2019
Although Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit doesn’t support after Visual Studio 2015, developers perform few workarounds to use the extension with VS2017. Following article is still valid for VS2019 with one change to the extension.
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