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How to work with indirect Dataverse relationships - 365 Community

How to work with indirect Dataverse relationships

Learn what are and how to overcome errors when displaying records in indirect Dataverse relationships in canvas apps!

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The example we will be using to look at an indirect relationship is between instructors and the students enrolled in their courses. An instructor can take up multiple courses and each course could have multiple students enrolled in them. Its called indirect because the Instructors and Students table do not have any explicit relationship.

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