Managing Dataverse N:N relationships between records using the Power Pages Web API can be trickier as there are few samples around and the syntax differs a little bit from handling N:N relationships using the Dataverse Web API.
In this post I will show a quick code sample on how you can handle that, using a sample N:N custom relationship between Contacts and Accounts.
- All required fields (including the N:N relationship name) in the code must be enabled for the WebAPI for the Power Pages site where you wish to run the code creation via Web API
- An N:N relationship between Contact and Account needs to be configured in Dataverse (out of the box a Contact can have only one Account associated, but with this custom relationship we can assign to more)
Associating a Contact with an Account in an N:N relationship
You can use the following function to Associate a Contact with an…
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Living in Ireland since 2018, I had previously worked in Brazil as a consultant/developer for Office 365, SharePoint and related technologies for almost 10 years.
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