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  1. Hi Gunnar,
    I’ve been playing around with this, because it looks very useful. However, I identified a bug in it. Email me if you’d like me to show you how to recreate it. Unfortunately, I’m not a programmer, so I can’t troubleshoot it myself, but I’d love to see it work.


    1. Hi Bradley

      The problem was the the company field is part of the primary key and the INIT function does not handle the primary key. I added code to initialize all fields in the primary key and now I think this will work. I will replace the attachment in my post.

      if you see any value in this solution please check out my copyright page (https://dynamics.is/?page_id=42).


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