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I've set up access teams on a custom entity and configured the team to cascade read and write privileges for child records.
The issue is with one entity, where we for different reasons put a middle entity in between, effectively creating a N:1:N relationship, and since users that are given rights to the record through the access team can't read the "bottom" child, the middle entity comes up with blank values for the related entity.
My question is therefore, is there som way out of the box to also share the record related to the first entity from the parent?
If not, anyone have a suggestion on how to solve the issue with code? I have thought of setting up the "middle" entity with access teams and creating a plugin copying the access team members from the parent, but I'm not sure this will be the best solution.
Thanks for helping out
You have to share those records using GrantAccessRequest to them.
Hi Arun Vinoth - Dynamics Spot
Thanks for the reply.
That was the solution that we ended up implementing in the end.
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