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In april/may 2019 the new Unified Interface experience for manageing members using advanced find feature was deployed.It seems that at the moment only 1:n and n:1 relations are available in the dropdown - no many to many / m:n.
This is a big problem for some of our customers - and no chance to switch back to the old experience.
Is anyone else facing this issue?
As a workaround, we tried to prepare a (system and custom) view in the old experience with m:n relation and try to use it in the Unified Interface, but the editor cuts away the m:n node.
Is this a known issue and is there a work around?
Thanks & regads,
Please check this:
In the configuration of N:N relationship, whether the Display Option of Current Entity and Other Entity is Use Plural Name.
If it is not the Use Plural Name, then this N:N related entity will not appear in the advanced find.
thanks for your response - checked that option - all is set to "Use Plural Name".Tried to create a contact view in the old advanced find and open it in the new advanced find in the new marketinglist experience. The m:n Entry is missing, the other conditions are shown correctly... seems to be a bug.
Please confirm that the missing entity is in the App's entity list.
Open the app designer for the corresponding app. Click 'Entities' on the right to check the missing entity.
checked that and added the Entity "Stichwort" to the app - the m:n relationship is still missing in the advanced find for marketing list.
Do you see m:n relations in your Online Instance / new advanced find?
Yes, I can see m:n relations in my Online Instance / new advanced find.
So which is the missing entity in your new advanced find?
Your D365 is not in English and I can't get useful information.
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