Dataverse - Relationship behaviors - Parental, Referential & Custom

Welcome to the Dataverse hidden gems series! In this edition, we'll explore the various types of relationship behaviors that can be utilized within Dataverse. With several relationship behaviors available, it's crucial to understand their differences and use them appropriately for optimal performance.

The three main relationship behaviors we'll dive into are parental, referential, and custom. Each has its unique characteristics and use cases, making them valuable tools in creating efficient data models. By the end of this video, you'll have a clear understanding of each relationship behavior and how to implement them for your specific needs.

So, if you're looking to elevate your Dataverse game and unlock the full potential of your data models, don't miss out on this insightful video!

Link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OM2v6eFddMI

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Dhruvin Shah
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