Community tools for Microsoft Dataverse
The Power Apps community creates tools!
Tools created by the community are not supported by Microsoft. If you have questions or issues with community tools, contact the publisher of the tool.
Many of the most popular ones are distributed in the XrmToolBox. XrmToolBox is a Windows application that connects to Dataverse, providing tools to ease customization, configuration, and operation tasks. It's shipped with more than 30 plugins to make administration, customization, or configuration tasks easier and less time consuming.
The following list of selected community tools is distributed via the XrmToolBox that you can use with Dataverse.
|Attribute Manager||Used to rename/delete/or change the type of the column.|
|Early Bound Generator V2||Generates Early Bound Tables/Choices/Actions. Uses the Power Platform CLI pac modelbuilder build command, and shows command line used to create the classes.|
|Export to Excel||Easily export records from the selected view/fetchxml to Excel.|
|FetchXML Builder||Create and test FetchXml Queries|
|Metadata Browser||Browse metadata from your Dataverse environment|
|Plugin Trace Viewer||Investigate the Plug-in Trace Log with easy filtering and display possibilities|
|User Settings Utility||Manage users personal settings in bulk|
|PCF Builder||Easily create, build, and test your custom control using Power Apps Component Framework|
|SQL 4 CDS||SQL 4 CDS allows you to use standard SQL syntax to query and manipulate your data and metadata in Dataverse|
|Dataverse Custom API Manager||Create, update, and get 360° View of Dataverse custom APIs|
Pascalcase Metadata Browser
Use Pascalcase Metadata Browser, to browse metadata such as tables, columns, relationships, choices of Dataverse environments. It works with Microsoft Edge browser.
Level up for Dynamics 365/Power Apps
The Level up tool helps you quickly perform advanced/hidden actions in Dynamics 365/Power Apps, without bookmarklets. The extension helps Dynamics 365/Power Apps users to perform advanced actions, that normally require bookmarklets.
Visual Studio Code Extensions
With the popularity of building own's extension for Visual Studio Code the community has built several of them.
The following is a selected list of community tools available for Visual Studio Code:
|Dataverse DevTools||The all-in-one tool to develop code for Dataverse/Dynamics 365. Helps you connect to a Dataverse environment, generate TypeScript definitions for entities, create different type of Dataverse-specific projects, and much more.|
|Power Apps Portal Helper||Set of commands that simplify working with Power Apps CLI for Portals|
|PCF Builder||Helps with initializing, building and testing Power Apps Component Framework components|