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As, I have a scenario where I have to use two Accounts and Contacts Tables in single Model Driven App for different purposes with different names. Does it possible?
If you would create two custom tables - it is possible
Technically you can achieve this by creating custom entities. I don't know if I understood the business need but you can also use one entity with two fields :
- name (account name + space + account reference or other info ), this could be unique.
- custom field / account name : here you can store the name of the account.
You can also create another custom field if you need to classify the accounts.
Of course, you can achieve it through app designer.
1.Open app designer:
2.Click pencil icon to open sitemap designer page.
3.Add subarea to fill Account/Contact entity, then you can fill different name you want in 'Title'.
4.Save and Publish.
Can you click Yes under "Did this answer your question?" to close this thread if my answer is helpful.
Thanks in advance!:)
Why don't you just use views to visualize different kind of data? If you split same entity in two, it is going to be difficult later on if you are trying to analyze or visualize data. There should not be two entities that are representing same kind of object in real life.
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