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EN D365 HR | Chapter 36: DataVerse tables and Integration.

Actualizado: ene 20

As many of you may know, D365HR is a solution that provides lots of tools for HR teams to be more effective and work smarter. One of the main principles - or at least something that I value the most - is the possibility to integrate it with other solutions and extend it. The path to do it is through Common Data Service DataVerse.


What I wanted to share with you are the modules that are available in DataVerse to integrate, play, have fun, but MOST create a better experience for our beloved HR teams in order to help companies to achieve more.

  • Benefit

  • Business process

  • Compensation

  • Organization

  • Leave and Absence

  • Payroll

  • Worker

  • Worker setup

  • Competency

To see the full list of entities tables check the following official doc from Microsoft: Common Data Service entities - Human Resources | Dynamics 365 | Microsoft Docs. You will also find the entity-relationship model, which will help even more.


If you want to integrate DataVerse, remember you have to configure it before.

Please keep in mind, this is a preview feature. Read more here: Supplemental Terms of Use for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Previews - Finance & Operations | Dynamics 365 | Microsoft Docs

Follow these steps to enable integration:


1. Go to System Administration > Feature Management. Look for Virtual Entity support in HR/CDS and select Enable now.


2. Once the feature is enabled, in System Administrator > Links. Go to Integrations, and select Common Data Service Configuration. In the Enable integration to the CDS, turn it on.



💡 PRO TIP: if you are planning to work on data migration tasks, turn off the CDS integration. It will take a lot less time if you do so.

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