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How to work with custom many to many Dataverse relationships - 365 Community

How to work with custom many to many Dataverse relationships

Learn how to work with custom many to many Dataverse relationships in canvas apps – how to display, create and delete related records!

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The example we will be using to look at custom many to many (N:N) relationship is between students and sports. A student can enroll in multiple sports. And one sport can be taken up by multiple students. To review the data model, click here. The major diff between OOB and custom N:N is the middle/intersection table.

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