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Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales sources in synchronization tasks

You can use a Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales object as a single source in a synchronization task. You can configure the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales source properties on the Source page of the Synchronization Task Wizard.
The following table describes the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales source properties:
Property
Description
Connection
The source connection for the task.
Source Type
Type of the source object. Select Single to read data from a single source or Multiple to read data from multiple sources.
Source Object
The source object for the task. Select the source object for a single source.
Display technical names instead of labels
Displays technical names instead of business names.
Display source fields in alphabetical order
Displays source fields in alphabetical order instead of the order returned by the source system.
You can configure the advanced source properties on the Schedule page of the Synchronization Task Wizard.
The following table describes the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales advanced source properties:
Advanced Property
Description
Row Limit
The maximum number of rows that the Secure Agent processes. Specify a number to process a specific number of rows.
Page Size
Size of the page set to retrieve the maximum number of entries for each page. Default value is 100.
FetchXML Query
The native Microsoft query format to read data from Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales. Enter the FetchXML query defined in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales. You can use one or any combination of paging, filter, sort, and join operations in the FetchXML query.
If you do not add a FetchXML query for multiple sources, an implicit join will take place and the primary object and sibling object relationship will be used.
The implicit join is used, by default.
Record Name Aliases
The map that holds the alias names for each linked entity that is part of the FetchXML query. Enter the record name aliases as a name-value pair. Use the following format:
{"<EntityName1>" : "<EntityAlias1>","<EntityName2>" : "<EntityAlias2>"}
For example,
{"lead":"lead","contact":"con"}
Read Picklist Values
Reads string values for picklist fields.
By default, the check box is not selected.