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eConnect Requestor joining tables

eConnect Requestor joining tables

eConnect Requestor joining tables

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I am trying to find information on joining tables in eConnect Requester.  I have a custom table with a custom Requester service that works on it's own but I am trying to link to IV00101 and have tried various configurations (directly linked, view on the table linked etc.) but can't get it to work.  Is there an explanation of this mechanism out there?  Does the linked table have to follow the Parent Level logic where IV00101 is in the requester?  Talking to GP support they recommended using a view to avoid the complexity but can't get that to work.

any insight would be appreciated.  I see some minimal documentation in the Setup/Admin guides as well as the online help but would like to see an overview to understand what the system is looking for.

TIA

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