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The different type of behaviors provided are,Parentalo In a parental relationship between two entities, any action taken on a record of the parent entity is also taken on any child entity records that are related to the parent entity record. if you delete a record in the parent entity, the related child entity records are also deleted; or if you share a parent entity record, the related records from the child entity are also shared. All option are disable for Parental relationshipReferentialo In a referential relationship between two entities, you can navigate to any related records, but actions taken on one will not affect the otherReferential, Restrict Deleteo Actions taken on parent will not affect child record but parent record cannot be deleted till the child record exists. i.e. you cannot delete a record when related records exist.Configurable Cascadingo You need to specify your setting here.The type we are interested here is “Configurable Cascading”. It allows you to decide what type of behavior we need to apply.The useful details of different cascading rules are (note here me is referred to the user on whom you will perform actions.• Cascade All: Perform action on all of my child records. Like if assigned my account to another user then all my activities, orders, invoices etc are assign to new user including open, completed and other user owned records• Cascade Active: Perform action on only my active child records• Cascade User-Owned: Perform action on all my child records which is owned by me• Cascade None: do nothing to my child records• Remove Link: remove link from child record• Restrict: Applies to Delete. The delete is not allowed if there are other entity instances that reference the ID of the entity instance being deleted.
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I have configured cascading and 'Assign as User Owned' & Delete Restric in 1:N relation but still i can delete my child record or parent record and if i assigned my parent to someone else then my child is unaffedted.
CRM doesn’t allow the configure cascading option with the Activities relationship
I'm trying to "restrict delete" an activity record from a custom entity - is this possible? I can't even seem to remove the link once the custom entity record is deleted - it also cascades all the associated activities (deletes them) when I delete the parent record. Thanks
If you want to programmatically add a record for the n-to-n relationship you will need to use the AssociateEntities Messages.
If however you are looking for the message to trap in a plugin, you may want to check out the SetRelated Message.
I've created a n-n relationship between a custom antity and account antity, and I would like to know what is the message to catch when an account is associated with a custom antity item? a little bit like addmember message between the account antity and the list antity.
Campaign response is not available for this. You can try with any other entity. With Campaign response only Referential and Referential, Restrict Delete can be created. If you have set Campaign response as the relative entity, you cannot create Configurable relations.
Open the entity customization of the Primary entity (custom entity) of the relationship, try to create a 1:N relationship with the Primary entity as the Custom entity, you will receive another error about relexive relationship..
So you probably have to live with Referential relationship.
Hello, I am creating a 1:n relationship between a Custom Test entity and Campaign Response entity. When I save the relationship, it says "The relationship cannot be created.This entity is not valid for a custom reflexive relationship." Thanks
When you say, you are unable to Cofigure, Configure Cascading.. what is the error that you receive and if you can elaborate on which entities are you using for the relationship it would help assist you.
But I am setting the Type of Behavior as "Configurable Cascading" .
How can the type of behavior be system as suggested by you...
Could u explain a bit further ..
Please check that the “Type of Behavior” of the relationship, for which you want to configure cascading is not “System”
If “Type of Behavior” is System then you cannot configure cascading.
I am unable to configure "Configurable Cascading" relationship between any 2 entities in CRm.
Is there any specific reason for this?
Or am I missing something..
Any help will be highly appreciated.
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