In this example we build a Multilevel-Relationship from Quote > Quote Line (Quote Product) > Product. This might be needed as the Quote Product inherits the name of the parent product. Here you can see a simplified illustration of the structure in CRM:
To get the values for the product we first need to resolve the relationship from Quote to Quote Line (Quote Product) and select the desired fields. This is a 1:N (one to many) relationship.
Once this is done, we need to add another layer to the relationship by clicking on the [Add]-button, this will open a second dialog as you can see below.
Now we create the second layer of the relationship form Quote Line to Product and select the desired fields as you can see below. This is a N:1 (many to one) relationship.
Afterward, we need to click on the [OK]-button on every dialog that has been opened during building the relationship. So the newly created Multilevel-Relationship has been saved and can be used to build a DCP table.
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