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How can I achieve a sub-grid on entity A showing records from B related to the current one, together with records from B related to the parent of A (also of type A)?
Say you have an opportunity OppC with parent OppP.
OppC has a related record from a custom entity. Call the record CustC.
Similarly, OppP has a related record CustP.
What I'm trying to achieve is a sub-grid on OppC that shows me both CustC and CustP.
(Or, if that's not possible, only CustP).
Works just awesome when I try it in the fetch xml builder, but doesn't seem to work in practice (that is when I use the custom view in the grid).
Looking forward to your ideas!
If possible, can you provide some examples to help us better understand the relationship between entity A and entity B?
Sure, as an example you could take the following: show a subgrid in an account, where you want to see the phone calls made regarding the account, as well as regarding the parent account.
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