Identify deprecated JS code in your Power Platform solution using Solution Checker

Recently, you must’ve received an intimation from Microsoft saying that ODATA v2 is now deprecated. See this link:

And if you are wondering how to go about finding what has been used, you can use Solution Checker to identify deprecated code which should show up like below using your Solution Checker.

Let’s see how we can use Solution Checker!

Running Solution Checker

Here’s how you can run Solution Checker in Power Apps Maker Portal ( and see the results –

  1. Given that your solution already contains the JS Web Resources which you want to run Solution Checker on, you can select the Solution and expand Solution Checker to click Run as shown below.

  2. It takes a few moments to Run the Solution Checker solution. You’ll see the spinner as shown below.

  3. Once completed, you can expand the Solution checker and click on View Results.

  4. Once you click on View Results, you’ll see the list of detected anomalies in your JS Web Resources.
    Apart from the suggested JS best practices, you can see the Category Upgrade Readiness to identify the deprecated code being used in your solutions.

  5. Once you click on the Reference link in each of these results, it’ll open up a Pane on the right hand side to show what the issue is

  6. And when you click on Get the complete guide, here’s the link of the same ( which will give you the below details in Microsoft Learn Documentation –

  7. Now, if you look at the code that is being references in the Solution Checker result, you’ll see the old code (marked with Red Box)being used.
    Instead, you should use the new code (marked with Green Box) to do carry out the newer version of the functionality –

  8. See the next section in this blog to get the details on the deprecation in client side scripting for Power Platform / Dynamics 365 CRM.

Important Deprecations for Power Apps & Power Automate

Here’ are the Deprecated APIs for Power Platform / Dynamics 365 CRM Client Scripting:

Hope this helps!

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Find deprecated JS code used in your Dynamics 365 environment | Dynamics 365 v9 JS Validator tool | XrmToolBox

In this point in time where all developers are busy upgrading their Dynamics 365 JavaScript libraries to use the latest supported code.

Here’s an extremely handy tool by Michel Gueli ( called as ‘XrmToolBox.Dynamics365V9JavascriptValidator’

Dynamics 365 v9 JavaScript Validator in XrmToolBox

If you use XrmToolBox already, make sure you look for the below tool

  1. In Tool Library, search for Dynamics 365 JavaScript Validator and you’ll find this tool already.

  2. Once you find it, it’s pretty easy to use it.
    You’ll find it in the list of your tools as below

    Then, it’ll just Retrieve all the Resources first. This will take a minute or two depending on your environment.

  3. Once done, it’s best practice to already add all the code you want to analyze in 1 solution in your Dynamics 365 environment like so

  4. Now, in the tool , open the same solution so that you only focus on the JS files you need to work with.

  5. Once you open it up, you’ll find all you files listed below. Just double click one of them and you’ll find what all needs to be changed.

  6. Once you work your way up in the file by replacing the deprecated code, you can reload the solution again and find that there are no longer any warnings like on my other file below

NuGet Gallery Link:

Hope this was useful!!
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Thank you!!