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I have a custom entity A with an N:N relationship to custom entity B. Entity A has two subgrids on its form that show entity B: one for entities with a status of In Progress, and one for entities with a status of Completed. In the Completed subgrid, I'd like to show both active and inactive records. However, as soon as a record is deactivated it stops appearing in the subgrid, or anywhere else I'm using the Completed view.
I've double-checked the view and it's not filtering on the active/inactive state at all. The entity being deactivated doesn't change the status - it stays as In Progress or Completed, so if I'm filtering on status, why don't inactive entities appear in my custom view?
I think we would need to see more details about your customizations and repro scenario to answer this with certainty. By default, when deactivating a record, it will set the Status and Status Reason to Inactive. Once deactivated, the Status Reason cannot be changed. What you could do is add a Status Reason of "Completed" to the Inactive status field so that the reason exists in both Status', and then update the Sub-Grid to display both Active-Completed and Inactive-Completed records.
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