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How to use the talbe CRMD_LINK

Hi all,

I am new to CRM. I know the table CRMD_LINK is very useful especially for connecting two kinds of objects.

And I think the GUID_SET and GUID_HI must be the objects' GUID, and OBJECTTYPE_SET and OBJECTTYPE_HI should be their corresponding types.

But could anybody explain me the detail?

For example if I want to connect CRMD_PARTNER to CRM_JEST how could I know that CRMD_PARTNERGUID = CRMD_LINKGUIDSET, but not CRMD_PARTNERGUID=CRMD_LINK~GUID_HI. Is there any potential ruls.

Maybe it is a stupid question. But I just don't know.

By the way, if I try to get this kind of infomation, is there any useful documents to recommend? My Email: chenmarco@gmail.com

Thanks and Best Regards,

Marco

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Former Member replied

Hi Marco,

The table CRMD_LINK has 4 fields.

The first field GUID_HI always contains the GUID of the ORDERADM_H (05) object type or ORDERADM_I (06) object type. The object type corresponds to the value in the third field OBJTYPE_HI.

The second field GUID_SET contains the GUID of the object type specified in the fourth field OBJTYPE_SET.

The description of the values of the object type could be found in the table CRMC_OBJECTS.

Have a look at the table CRMC_OBJECTS.

Let me know if this helps!

Jash.

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