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How to work with Connections in Dataverse - 365 Community

How to work with Connections in Dataverse

Learn what Connections and Connection Roles are, how to display connected records, and how to create new connections!

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Dataverse has rich relational capabilities and provides many different relationships like 1:N, N:N, etc. Sometimes, you just want to link two records instead of creating a formal relationship between two tables. This is where Connections come into play! They provide a flexible way to connect any two records (even of the same table) and describe the relationships between them.

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