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I would like to enforce uniqueness on an Entity using a Field that is a string in combination with a field that is an optionset. When I go to the 'Keys' -> 'New' section I only see the a string field as an available attribute. Is it possible to enforce in this way or is there another way inside CRM to accomplish this
I'm afraid that string, whole number and decimal are only valid fields for usage as alternative key - msdn.microsoft.com/.../dn932139.aspx
What you can do - you can create hidden field and populate it with optionset's label and use that combination of 2 fields as alternative key.
Thanks for the reply Andrew! Thats pretty much what I gathered from the documentation. Is there a workaround for this? I was thinking something like creating a field that is somehow mapped to the optionset value.
Something else Im not thinking of? I really dont know the ins and outs of Dynamics. Thanks again!
As a workaround - check second part of my reply. There is the only workaround I see.
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