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I have following structure for business unit and teams
I wanted to have a lookup that would return all the teams under the parent business unit of the teams to which he belongs
For user 1 that would be all teams (all teams of the parent business units of his teams)
For user 2 that would be Team11 and Team12 as he has onlu Unit1 as parent business units of the teams to which he belongs.
But I don't seem to find a way how to achieve this with a view.
Is this possible or do we need to find another solution?
Extra info : all users do have read permissions on all teams, but when assigning something not all teams should be allowed for every user.
You can certainly include all the teams of the User's current business unit using Equals to Current Business Unit operator but I don't think you can list all the teams from parent BUs.
You will have to create to think about a custom solution for this.
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