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Showing indirectly related records in the form’s grid

During my recent project, I resolved a few similar tasks – the requirement was to show records that are not directly related to the current one. Depending on the scenario you can use one of 2 ways I provided in this post. No-Code way The first way is quite limited in possibilities and applicable scenarios …

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During my last project, I resolved a few similar tasks – the requirement was to show records that are not directly related to the current one. Depending on the scenario you can use one of 2 ways I provided in this post. No-Code way The first way is quite limited in possibilities and applicable scenarios …

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