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I have a request to add GeneralJournalAccountEntry.Text to the BudgetAnalysisDimensionDetails form. (GeneralJournalAccountEntry isn't currently a datasource on this form.)
I can add the GeneralJournalAccountEntry table to the form but there's a one to many relationship between GeneralJournalEntry (already a form datasource) and GeneralJournalAccountEntry.
I really need to add GeneralJournalAccountEntry to the form with two join conditions (on different datasources in the form):
GeneralJournalAccountEntry.GeneralJournalEntry = GeneralJournalEntry.RecId (already defined as a relationship between the two tables) AND
GeneralJournalAccountEntry.LedgerDimension = BudgetAnalysisDimensionDetailTemp.LedgerDimension
I don't know how to get the second join condition into the form? Or is there a better way to add GeneralJournalAccountEntry.Text to the BudgetAnalysisDimensionDetails form?
You can override the standard join with help of x++ coding on the init method of the data source.
An alternative would be using a display method for the Text field.
Thank you so much. I overrode the join on the init method.
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