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Getting N:N Join Tables in D365 through Flow - tables not visible?

Using Flow, I'm trying to connect to D365 and extract data from an N:N relationship. I can get the 2 outer tables as separate sets of data in 2 separate flows, but I cannot access the hidden table that joins the 2 tables. Is this even possible using Flow? The error below comes up when I run it. Wondering how else I can do this if it won't let me access this joining table. 

 

"status": 404,
"message": "Table with name 'xxxxx' does not exist",

 

 

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I used the xxxxSET as the link and it worked.

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I used the xxxxSET as the link and it worked.

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