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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Table Location

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Hi,

How can I find out which table the Lead Form data is stored within the Dynamics CRM Database?
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I found it within the LeadBase table.
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by:Feridun Kadir
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I see you've accepted your answer but just to warn you, making changes to the base tables is not supported so take care. The officially supported policy is to allow querying the data using the filtered views, e.g filteredlead.

Make small changes to say text fields is probably ok but adding and deleting rows is a no-no because of links with other tables.
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