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Maximum limit of custom entities in the Dynamics 365 CRM

Here we will learn to check the maximum limit of custom entities in the Dynamics 365 CRM. Before we start, make sure to subscribe to CRM Crate.

What are Custom Entitites?

Any entity which is not present in the OOTB Dynamics CRM and which is been created for fullfilling organization specific custom requirements is called as a Custom Entity.

Overview for creating an entity –

The minimum required fields to create a custom entity are:

FieldDescription
Display NameThis is the singular name for the entity that will be shown in the app.
Plural NameThis is the plural name for the entity that will be shown in the app.
NameThis field is pre-populated based on the display name you enter. It includes the solution publisher customization prefix.
OwnershipYou can choose either user or team-owned or organization owned. More information: Entity ownership.

What is the maximum count of custom entities which we can create in the Dynamics 365 CRM?

According to the Version 1710 (9.2.21074.121) online, the maximum limit of the custom entity count in 1500.

How to check the current count of custom entities in your organization?

You can easily check the total count of custom entities in your organization by using the out-of-the-box Dynamics capabilities.

A. Open your Dynamics 365 CRM and navigate to advance settings as shown below.

B. Click on the “Administration” tab and navigate to “Resource In Use”.

C. Here you can find the statistical data of the custom entities used in your organization.

Thus we learned to monitor the maximum limit of custom entities in the Dynamics 365 CRM.

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