Fetch Parent account information based on Selection of Child

Fetch Parent account information based on Selection of Child

This post discusses a useful technique to fetch parent account information based on the selection of a child account. While working with record types and entities in Microsoft Dynamics CRM, it can become necessary to navigate through a hierarchy of linked records. This post provides a step-by-step guide on how to fetch the parent account information for a selected child account in Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

The process involves creating a custom web resource, using JavaScript, and making use of the OData endpoint of CRM. The tutorial explains how to create a custom web resource, how to retrieve the selected child account, and how to make a call to the OData endpoint to fetch the parent account information.

By following the steps outlined in the tutorial, you'll be able to establish a seamless link between child and parent accounts and quickly navigate between them to access the information you need.

Overall, this tutorial provides valuable insights and an easy-to-follow guide on how to fetch parent account information based on the selection of a child account in Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

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