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The following example explains how to configure field dependencies that tailor the value list for a Single Relational field added to a primary table. You can reproduce this example for other field dependencies as needed.
In this example, you will create two auxiliary tables: a Products table and a Versions table. You will then establish a relationship between the two tables that allows specific version records in the Versions table to be available for each product in the Products table. For example, if Version 1 and Version 2 only apply to Product A, those versions are the only available values when Product A is selected from the Products field.
To set up this Relational field dependency:
Version 1 – Product A
Version 2 – Product A
Version 3 – Product B
Version 4 – Product B
Version 5 – Product B
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