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Data entities home page

This topic provides information about working with data entities, data packages, and OData in Microsoft Dynamics AX.

Data entities

Tutorials

Build and consume data entities (Master entity)
Develop an entity and use it for data migration (Reference entity)
Building Basic Data Entity (Office Mix)

Concepts

Data entities
Behavioral properties on data entities
Building and consuming data entities
Data entities and packages framework
Computed columns and virtual fields
Country/region codes and configuration keys
Cross company behavior
Data entity wizard rules
Data management and integration through data entities
Date effectivity
Design principles and best practices
Developing composite entities
Dimensions
Dimensions overview
Metadata properties: ReadOnly, AllowEdit, Mandatory
Recurring integrations
Security and data entities
Support for super type and sub type
Validations, defaults, and unmapped fields
Introduction to Data Entity (Office Mix)
Introduction to OData in Dynamics AX (Office Mix)
Introduction to Import/Export and Integration (Office Mix)
JSON Based Endpout for Custom Services (Office Mix)

OData

OData is a standard protocol for creating and consuming data. The purpose of OData is to provide a protocol for Representational State Transfer (REST) for Create, Read, Update, and Delete (CRUD) operations. OData applies web technologies such as HTTP and JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) to provide access to information from various programs. The following topics provide information about OData in Dynamics AX.

Concepts

OData in Dynamics AX

Data entities and data packages

We recommend that you import the data entities in the order listed below, as some entities have dependencies on others. If you do not follow this order, you may encounter issues during import and configuration.

Processes and resources

The following topics provide more information about working with data entities in Dynamics AX.

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