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Create a child record by copying mapping fields data from Parent – Using CRM SDK - 365 Community

Create a child record by copying mapping fields data from Parent – Using CRM SDK

Originally posted on Rajeev Pentyala – Microsoft Power Platform:
Let’s take the OOB Account and Contact related entities. Whenever we click ‘Add New Contact’ button from the ‘Associated view’ of ‘Account’ form, all the mapping fields data would be copied to ‘New Contact’ form. Account: New Contact Form: This is native CRM behavior, to copy…

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Create a child record by copying mapping fields data from Parent – Using CRM SDK

Rajeev Pentyala – Microsoft Power Platform Let’s take the OOB Account and Contact related entities. New Contact Form: Whenever we click ‘Add New Contact’ button from the ‘Associated view’ of ‘Account’ form, all the mapping fields data would be copied to ‘New Contact’ form.

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