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jonashau
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Show multiple fields from related record/entity

Hi all, 

 

I have two entities: application and application forecast used in a model-driven app. 

I have created a lookup field, to see what application each application forecast relates to. 

 

Now, in the view of all application forecasts, I would like to be able to see more than only the name field from the related application, e.g. Application ID and vendor. 

 

Without having to create more lookup fields, which I assume would make it more tedious to create a new application forecast record

 

I hope someone can help!

 

Kind regards,

Jonas

 

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HSheild
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Hi @jonashau 


By default, when using the view editor, the list of fields you can place in the columns of the view show just the fields for the current entity. However, above that list of fields is an option to switch to a related entity and select the fields from that entity to add to your columns.

 

Sorry, I’m not able to provide screenshots just now but I hope this helps. 

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HSheild
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Super User

Hi @jonashau 


By default, when using the view editor, the list of fields you can place in the columns of the view show just the fields for the current entity. However, above that list of fields is an option to switch to a related entity and select the fields from that entity to add to your columns.

 

Sorry, I’m not able to provide screenshots just now but I hope this helps. 

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