I am modeling my database, getting data via Open in Excel to CDS 2.0 custome entities, i have a problem with the Form not showing value from related entity.
for instance, i have an entity called AccountEntity, and every supplier has a Country where it exist, has a Type that could be Supplier, Customer, Bank etc, and has a relationship type.
I have an Account gallery that shows in a form the account data including account name, Country, Type and relationship type. The edit form gives me for these 3 look up fields that dropdown list, that i right click and map to read the Name of the field rather than Id or empty. This sometimes works for one look up field sometime for 2 sometime for none, never for the 3. Is CDS 2.0 really working or something happeneing to fix or update at the backend?
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@Yahya the fix for this has been released and will make its way through deployment starting next week. It will deploy in various regions over the next 1-2 weeks.
Hi @Yahya - I'm not sure I follow exactly where you're seeing the problem - can you share a screen shot and explain what you're expecting so I can try and help?
Hi @CWesener, happy 4th of July.
I attach 3 screenshots from autogenerated PowerApp connected to a custom entity in CDS 2 by the name of Account. Every Account has a one to many relationship with another custom entity by the name country, and supplier type.
in the brose gallery, as you can see, i could retrieve the account type and country very well without Look up etc. this is Spring Update.
in the View and Edit forms, while i map my datacard properly, see, one relationship works, the other does not work, sometimes if i delete the cards both and recreate them, the first one works, then when i add the other, it works while the first one stop working.
Via Excel, things are working perfectly, so this problem is inside PowerApp itself, not the entities.
Hi @Yahya, I had logged an incident for you and the team was investigating. I have contacted them again and requested a faster turnaround since you are blocked.
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