Add Post Configuration and Post Rule Configuration entities in D365 Sales Hub Settings

In case the Post Configuration (msdyn_postconfig) and Post Rule Configuration (msdyn_postruleconfig) are missing in your Sales Hub SiteMap, here’s how you can add them somewhere in the Settings area in the SiteMap –

Like this, the Post entities don’t exist by default in the expected App Settings area and in fact are present in the default classic Settings are in Dynamics 365 CRM



Add Entities to the App

First, you’ll need to add the Entities to the Sales Hub app since they don’t appear by default –

  1. In editing Components in the App, search for the Post Configuration (msdyn_postconfig) and Post Rule Configuration (msdyn_postruleconfig)
    Tick them and then Save so that you can later add them to SiteMap.
    Add the Post Configuration (msdyn_postconfig) entity.


    And Post Rule Configuration (msdyn_postruleconfig)

  2. Once both of them have been checked, Save and then add them to the Settings area. Probably create a new Area and then add these 2 entities in them.

  3. Save and Publish the SiteMap changes too and refresh the Sales Hub App.

Hope this was useful!

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