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Web API innererror property will be removed

We are changing the structure of error messages that are returned using the Common Data Service Web API, our OData v4 RESTful web service. We are removing the innererror property that appears in the JSON response from the server when an error occurs.

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Deprecation of the regional Discovery Service and its replacement with the global Discovery Service

Microsoft is announcing the deprecation and shut down of all regional endpoints for the Discovery Service and the Discovery APIs in the Organization Service (SOAP endpoint). They are replaced by a single global discovery service accessed through the existing ‘discovery’ OData V4 RESTful endpoint. Please ensure your administrators and IT professionals have the information they need to prepare for these changes.

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Public Preview: New File Data Type Available Via API

An exciting new enhancement is available as a preview for Power Apps, the addition of a File data type. Out of the box, Common Data Service can now naively support: Files can now be added as a data type to any entity Multiple File fields can exist on one entity Use of blob storage for large file types to reduce consumption of relational storage

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Public Preview: New Image Enhancements Available Via API

Two exciting new enhancements are available as a preview for Powerapps, the addition of a File data type and enhancements to Image! Out of the box, CDS can now natively support: Large, high resolution images Files as a data type Multiple image and file fields per entity Use of blob storage for large file types to reduce consumption of relational storage

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What’s new in Dataflows in Power Apps this month?

Over the past few weeks we have released several new features in Dataflows, allowing users to seamlessly ingest and prepare data that can be widely reused by other users across the Power Platform, including lots of new data connectors, data transformations and other Power Query enhancements.

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