Sub-Relational Field Options

Sub-Relational fields allow access to additional fields in a related primary table or auxiliary table. Sub-Relational fields are tied to a Single-Relational field already in an application.

For example, if you have an Incidents table that contains a Single-Relational field to an Issues table, you can include a Sub-Relational field called Owner that users can use to view the owner of a related issue within the incident.

Tip: You must create a Single Relational field before you can create a Sub-Relational field.



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