Performing some configurations on a Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM atmosphere and obtained this error whereas attempting so as to add a NEW Lookup column (beforehand referred to as area) to a simply created NEW customized desk (beforehand referred to as entity) in a Model Driven App:

The desk couldn't be up to date: entitymap With Id = xxxxx Does Not Exist.

I used to be utilizing the Microsoft Power Apps Designer to setup the brand new table and new columns. I had created an UN-managed Solution that incorporates the brand new desk after which revealed the Resolution. Then I proceeded to create a brand new Lookup column and clicked Executed. To date so good.

Nonetheless, after I tried to clicked on the “Save Desk” – I obtained the “The desk couldn’t be up to date: entitymap With Id = xxxxx Does Not Exist.” error.

Be aware: new textual content or date format columns have been created OK – no error after clicking “Save Desk”

Tried clicking the “Save Desk” a couple of occasions inside a couple of minutes – nonetheless identical error.

Looking out the web yield no good concepts. I speculated that as a result of the brand new customized desk was simply created – the brand new desk’s meta information has not but propagated to all of the Microsoft’s cloud information places that the brand new lookup column creation course of depends on.

Waited one other 10 minutes and tried once more. This time labored OK! No assist ticket wanted.

If another person encounters this error sooner or later – decision could also be simply to attend a couple of minutes and check out once more.

Contact me for those who want some Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM Gross sales Buyer Engagement help.

Frank Lee
12 occasions awarded Microsoft MVP – Dynamics 365 / CRM
San Francisco Bay Space | Silicon Valley

About Frank Lee

Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM/xRM marketing consultant in San Francisco, USA.  Awarded the Microsoft MVP (Dynamics 365/CRM) 12 consecutive years from 2006 to 2018. Actively concerned with Microsoft Dynamics CRM implementations since Microsoft CRM v1.0 beta (2002). Tremendous obsessed with every part CRM, particularly within the areas of Cloud Computing, A.I., Digital Transformation and Automation.


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