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We have a look up on a form. This holds a relationship with another entity. We have now decided that we could potentially have multiple records related to each other. We now want to put a sub grid on the form so we can add multiple records (Relationships).
My question is, how can I use a workflow to populate that sub grid with the existing records from the original look up? From what I am seeing this is going from a look up relationship to an intersect relationship?
I am afraid that you can't use workflow for this use case.
Add N:N relationship
Use flow to associate your data. (relate records - common data service) / Gap Workflow Essentials toolkit / Andrii Butenko's Ultimate Workflow Toolkit.
Remove your lookup.
I ended up using an associate step in a workflow. Thanks for the tip!
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