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I would like to get the details of a Product Bundle without using C#.
I have a field service work order that has a "Service" product bundle (also individual products) and I would like to loop thru the Work Order products and create child work orders. While looping if I come across a bundle product I need the related/associated products of the bundle, how can I get this data without using C#.
You can try web api to get the related/associated products of the bundle.
I hope it helps.
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