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Search Product family when product is selected.

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Dear All,

I need to display the product family when particular product is selected.

I have two field in opportunity product,

1. Existing Product.

2. Product family (This field is made by me as text).

When user select any product, the family should directly display for the particular product.

e.g.

Family (A) --> Product (B).

When i select B in Existing product, product family should be displayed in text field.

Please suggest me the solution.

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    Aileen Gusni Profile Picture
    Aileen Gusni 44,520 on at
    RE: Search Product family when product is selected.

    Abhijit,

    I think you can use Odata Query to retrieve the family.

    And also please try to use Quick View form.

    I haven't tried this, but if it is possible to add the Product family path field to the product form..

    Then, in the Opp Product form you can just put the Quick view from the Product.

    Based on the existing product lookup.

    Thanks.

  • Community Member Profile Picture
    Community Member Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Search Product family when product is selected.

    hi Abhijit,

    you can get this name by retrieve from product entity by selected product in your lookup , the product family will be the parent attribute in product entity

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