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I was trying to create a flow that can return me the current assigned user security roles. But I cannot find a way to access that entity in Dynamic365.
I am just wondering as if it is possible to access that data in flow.
Basically you will not be able to see the Many to Many relationship tables and since it is out of box[systemuserroles] Many to Many relationships and it will not display anywhere in the CRM.You can use related entities method while creating the flow and check it.
Hope this helps.
I am not sure about the method you mention.
Can you provide a quick example?
Is that the only way we get M to M relationship data?
Check this post - www.inogic.com/.../
For people who are looking for the same issues, I found the answers by searching for the correct entity name
entity name: systemuserrolescollection
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