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Michael_Cullen
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How can I remove a relationship to from a solution?

I had a relationship between the Account entity, and a custom entity called "Notice Area". I removed the "Notice Area" entity from my solution ("User Information") as part of a general clean up. However, a relationship to the "Notice Area" entity still exists on the Account entity in my solution. Whenever I attempt to delete this relationship in the Maker Portal, I get an error "There are dependencies on this relationship that are preventing it from being deleted." However, when I try to show those dependencies in the Maker Portal, I get the error message "We couldn't load your data. An unexpected error occurred."
 
I have tried to delete the relationship in the classic editor. This doesn't work either, but I do at least get a list of dependencies (see attached screenshot, "Account Notice Party Relationship Dependencies.png" (I copied the details into a spreadsheet as I couldn't take a screenshot). However, none of these dependencies are on anything in my solution.
 
At this point I'm stumped. I did try moving the Notice Area entity back into my solution, but (a) that's a sub-optimal solution, and (b) it just introduces more dependencies on other elements outside my solution - which is exactly what I am trying to avoid!
 
Can anyone suggest how I can remove the relationship between the Account and the "Notice Area" entities? Thanks in advance!
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rampprakash
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Hello @Michael_Cullen,

 

Make sure you publish all Customization 

If not  Try Legacy Feature solution to find and delete dependencies

 

1. Navigate to https://make.powerapps.con

2. Click Icon at the top then Select Advance Settings

3. Once page loaded click settings and select Customization

4. Select Customize the system

5. Click entities and select the entity and click delete.

6. If any dependencies found you will prompt with hyperlink to Find the dependencies

7. Remove the dependencies and make sure you are doing PUBLISH ALL CUSTOMIZATION.

 

Then try deleting. That's it.

 

 

Please mark as Answer if it is helpful and provide Kudos

 

 

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rampprakash
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hello @Michael_Cullen,

 

Make sure you publish all Customization 

If not  Try Legacy Feature solution to find and delete dependencies

 

1. Navigate to https://make.powerapps.con

2. Click Icon at the top then Select Advance Settings

3. Once page loaded click settings and select Customization

4. Select Customize the system

5. Click entities and select the entity and click delete.

6. If any dependencies found you will prompt with hyperlink to Find the dependencies

7. Remove the dependencies and make sure you are doing PUBLISH ALL CUSTOMIZATION.

 

Then try deleting. That's it.

 

 

Please mark as Answer if it is helpful and provide Kudos

 

 

Subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnGNN3hdlKBOr6PXotskNLA

Blog : https://microsoftcrmtechie.blogspot.com

 

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Michael_Cullen
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Thank you, @rampprakash , this has indeed solved my problem! Working in the Legacy Feature area gave me enough information about the Notice Party entity that I was able to delete its dependencies, and then the Notice Party entity itself. Much appreciated!

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