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When I have a bookableresourcebooking, how can I relate that item to a single orderlinetransaction where the booking is related to?
You can find the data model for these entities here:
Can you elaborate your question more?
If I have an Order in 365, I have project-related lines (projecttasks and orderlinetransactions). When I make a booking of a resource in this project I get eventually a bookableresourcebooking.
I want to match this bookableresourcebooking to a orderlinetransaction, because of some backend-systems we are still running, but I cannot make a 1:1 match between the bookableresourcebooking and a orderlinetransaction.
I would like to know the purpose behind your question. Normally the orderlinetransactions are there for defining the delivery performance of a Contract and can be imported directly from the Project with the possibility to use several grouping and aggregation mechanisms. From a Business Process perspective these are designated for Sales while the reporting comes from the Project which is linked to Time Entries Bookable Resources and Bookable Resources Bookings further.
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