Microsoft Flow: Using data returned from N:N relationship for further action

In the previous blog, we saw how to retrieve N:N records i.e. we retrieved the related "Rate" records of a particular "Revenue Schedule Line". In this blog, we'll see how to process the data returned for further action. From our previous example, we wanted to loop through each related "Rate" record of "Revenue Schedule Line" … Continue reading Microsoft Flow: Using data returned from N:N relationship for further action

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Microsoft Flow: Retrieve N:N records in D365

In this blog, we'll see how we can retrieve N:N records using Microsoft Flow. Below are the steps: Go to https://flow.microsoft.com and login. After successful login select CDS connector. For demo purpose, let's select "When record is updated" as the trigger point. Select Organisation, Entity Name and Scope as shown and click New Step. Search … Continue reading Microsoft Flow: Retrieve N:N records in D365