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Can this be done? Under GDPR, we'd like to delete any contacts who have been deactivated, but we don't want to leave blank entries in other entities, eg, an Account or Finance entity may still have this person listed as the Invoice Contact, so we wouldn't want to lose this information. Can we run a query to see all Inactive Contacts with NO relationships to any other entity?
It is theoretically possible. We just need to set these filters in Advanced Find.
In Advanced Find, look for Account entity, first set the first filter to Status Equals Inactive.
Then add all related entities and choose Does Not Contain Data.
There will be many related entities, so there will be many filters to set. This process will be tedious.
If there is no other way, then this is the only solution.
Thanks. It does seem quite onerous. Pity there wasn't a way for CRM to identify orphaned entities or entities with no relationship to any other entity :(
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