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Bahalzamon
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Subgrid Based on Field

I have an entity/table named "Orders" that has a field "Requestor" that is a lookup to the Users table.

On the form I would like to have a subgrid showing the Orders that the Requestor field matches.

 

I can get this exact view by clicking on the Requestor > Related > Orders. This opens the Orders Associated View. I just cant think of a way to get this info into the form.

 

I am new to the whole model driven / dynamics environment. I am comfortable with coding something if that is the direction I need to go, but and help of even where to look would definitely help. 🙂

 

I have found many posts discussing this but no solutions.

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v-qiaqi-msft
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Hi @Bahalzamon,

I think you could create a quick view to achieve your need.

Please check the following doc for tips:

Quick view control properties for model-driven app main forms in Power Apps - Power Apps | Microsoft...

Best Regards,
Qi

@v-qiaqi-msft  Thank you for the reply.

But I am unsure how a quick view can achieve what I am requesting. It allows me to view information about the User (Title, Email, Phone, Name, etc...) but how does that allow me to see the records I want?

As it states in the link you provided "...it becomes a link to open the related row." this is just info on one row, I need a list of records.

 

If there is something I am missing please let me know or help me understand. 🙂

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