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Kamozzi
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Showing 2 lists in one view

Hi I am working on a risk register app that  will have a risk area which can have multiple actions. Actions will be saved separately than risk. So risk will go to one list and actions to another. 

how can a combine both the lists (show them on a screen) and connect them together so when the actions are completed, risk owner can update the risk accordingly. 


please advise? Happy to add screenshots if needed. 

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MayankP
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what is relationship between risk area and actions? is risk area is parent and if this is for model driven app, may you can configure nested grid like this https://d365goddess.com/nested-grids-in-dynamics-365/

 

rampprakash
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Hello @Kamozzi,

 

As said by @MayankP, if you have relationship available you can show the Related Table Value in the View.

 

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

2. Click Dataverse --> Select Table --> Select View 

3. Click + to Add View in Select Columns and Select Related Record Values

 

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Sorry for the late reply. There are 2 lists in SharePoint and I’m working on a canvas app. 

Hello @Kamozzi 

 

As per my knowledge, it is not possible to show as a View, but we can show as a Filed in Form.

 

Eg

 

if we are having form, we can directly show one View and Based on Another Relationship with the Another list, we can populate data over there.

 

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