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Extend Opportunity BO with a new table view(0:n relationship)


I'm looking to extend the Opportunity BO with new custom table with 0..n relationship with the header. I could only see guides and tutorials related to field extensions, but couldn't find anything related to table extensions. My requirement is somewhat similar to this post below

So, I wanted to know if there is a way out in the latest 1405 release on how to achieve this ? Is the Embedded Component and Multiple Web Services the only way to achieve table extensions with opportunity ?



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    Posted on Jun 03, 2014 at 07:39 AM

    Hello Srikanth,

    Even with 1405 it is not possible to extend a BO with anything else than elements.

    No new nodes, no new associations, no new queries. 😔

    So you still need to use the approach from@Jens Limbach



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    • Former Member Horst Schaude

      Hi Horst,

      This is not exactly what I'm looking at. The requirement is to keep a two way automatic sync of Opportunity Object between CRM and Cloud via PI. This works with Standard fields + the fields added to the xBO, as the fields present in the xBO is part of the inbound and outbound webservices. Since the new association is implemented as Custom BO, there is a gap in synchronizing the custom BO with CRM which is an extension to Opportunity in CRM. How do I make use of Web Services generated for Custom BO to synchronize data with CRM via PI ?



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