Cascade+Restricted Concept in Ax 2012Ax

10 Jun

Step 1:
Create 3 tables for an example :

Table 1- SheetTable, with Two fields Sheetid and sheetname
Table 2-PartitionTable with three fields sheetid , partitionid and sheetsize
Table 3-SheetPartitionTable with two fields partitionid and Shape 

Step 2:

1) Create a relationship between SheetTable and PartitionTable (Ex:PartitionTable.SheetID==SheetTable.SheetId) 

2) Create a relationship between PartitionTable and SheetPartitionTable(EX:SheetPartitionTable.PartitionID==PartitionTable.PartitionID)

Step 3:

1) Create Cascade DeleteAction between SheetTable and PartitionTable

2) Create Cascade+Restricted DeleteAction between PartitionTable and SheetPartitionTable

Step 4:
Open SheetTable and delete the matched record with PartitionTable.

Automatically the matched record from SheetTable , PartititonTable and SheetPartitionTable will be deleted .

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