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Relationships Overview

.Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform

In the previous step, we discovered the Calculated and Roll-Up Fields. Over the next few steps, we will uncover different aspects of Relationships within The Power Platform. Let’s start with an overview of Relationships.

Many times, you may need to create relationships between Common Data Service entities to allow the ability to associate different record types together.

Just like things are related in real life, real-life concepts and objects have relationships between them.

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Just like things are related in real life, real-life concepts and objects have relationships between them. Can you explain in your words how common data is used in different relationship types in a business setting?

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