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Extract an external content type to a BDCM file for the Business Connectivity Services hybrid Scenario

SharePoint 2013
 

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2013

Topic Last Modified: 2013-12-18

Summary: Link to how to manually extract an external content type to a BDCM file for the Business Connectivity Services (BCS) hybrid scenario.

NoteNote:
This documentation is preliminary and subject to change.
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The external content type that you configured in Create and configure the external content type for the Business Connectivity Services hybrid scenario must be manually extracted and saved as a file with a .bcdm extension. This is done by using Visual Studio 2012. The procedure for doing this is How to: Convert an App-Scoped External Content Type to Tenant-Scoped in the MSDN Library. After you complete the steps in How to: Convert an App-Scoped External Content Type to Tenant-Scoped procedure, return to Import the BDCM file into SharePoint Online BDC Metadata Store for the Business Connectivity Services hybrid scenario.


ImportantImportant:
This is Step 9.1 in the Business Connectivity Services hybrid scenario deployment procedures.


To extract an external content type to a BDCM model
  1. Follow the steps in How to: Convert an App-Scoped External Content Type to Tenant-Scoped.


ImportantImportant:
Link to Step 9.2 Import the BDCM file into SharePoint Online BDC Metadata Store for the Business Connectivity Services hybrid scenario of the Business Connectivity Services hybrid scenario deployment procedures.

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