Self-Referential 1:N and N:N Relationships

Last Updated On : Monday, January 15, 2018About Self-Referential 1:N and N:N Relationships In this article, we will discuss Self-referential 1:N and N:N relationships in MS Dynamics CRM 2011. It fulfills the need of maintaining parent-child relationships using the same entity. To simply understand this lets consider an example of custom entity Office which can […]

Native N:N and Manual N:N Relationship

Last Updated On : Thursday, November 9, 2017Here we start Native N:N & manual N:N relationship. N:N relationships In an N:N relationship (also called a many-to-many relationship), a record of one entity can be associated with zero or more records of a second entity, and records of the second entity can be associated with zero […]

Primary Fields Lookup Values and Relationship Behaviors

Last Updated On : Thursday, November 9, 2017Primary fields as lookup values A lookup field enables your users to specify the primary record of a related record. Microsoft Dynamics CRM displays the primary field value of the primary record in the lookup field, but stores the global unique identifier (GUID) of the primary record in […]

1:N and N:1 and Custom 1:N Relationships

Last Updated On : Thursday, November 9, 2017Here we start 1:N & N:1 & custom 1:N relationships 1:N relationships In a 1:N relationship, a primary record can be associated with zero or more related records, and the related records can be associated with one primary record. N:1 relationships We create a custom 1:N relationship in […]

Types of entity Relationship & Unsupported relationship

Last Updated On : Monday, June 1, 2015Types of entity relationships Using the customization features of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, we can define two different types of entity relationships: • 1:N (one-to-many): For example, a customer can have many opportunities, and an opportunity can be associated with one customer • N:N (many-to-many): For example, a […]