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Multi-table lookups now available! (Preview)

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Multi-table lookups (also sometimes known as Polymorphic Lookups) allow the creation of a lookup in one table that looks up records in multiple other tables at once. This provides much greater flexibility in retrieving data within your environments. With multi-table lookups, you can perform a lookup on 2 or more tables at the same time and locate the record you want from the referenced tables.

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Important New Feature: Relationship Validation for Solutions

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Until now it was all too easy to create and publish a solution and overlook the backing relationships needed for the lookups that are present in the tables.  A new feature will help eliminate this issue. Before October, you will need to validate your existing solutions now to make sure you have included all required relationships for your lookups. 

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Dataverse demystified | Using the Power Platform’s advanced data backend for all your apps

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Check out the new demo-filled Dataverse episode of Microsoft Mechanics.  The interview covers the topics we get asked about most and covers everything from building low code Power Apps with Dataverse for Teams to defining business rules to creating search powered chatbots with Power Virtual Agents to a tour of pro dev capabilities in Dataverse.

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Key ALM updates

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This blog will cover several recent improvements for application and environment lifecycle management as well as a glimpse into our ALM roadmap. If you haven’t already, now is the time to adopt solutions and an ALM strategy!

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