Welcome to Dataverse hidden gems series. This series is focussed on the different type of Relationship behavior in dataverse. So, Let's get started. When we apply any relationship between dataverse tables, we have different behavior settings. Let's see what are those settings. We can apply relationship behavior as Parental, Referencial and Custom. Based on our need we need to choose appropriate relationship behavior for our dataverse table. Let's explore each behavior properties in detail.
00:50 Overview of Dataverse Tables
01:26 Referential, Parental and Custom Behaviour in Relationship
02:00 Remove Link with Referential in Dataverse
03:27 referential and Restrict in Dataverse
04:27 Parental Relationship Behaviour in Dataverse
05:35 Custom Relationship Behaviour in Dataverse
06:26 Assign with Custom Relationship Behaviour
07:19 Share Property with Custom
Security concepts in Microsoft Dataverse
One of the key features of Dataverse is its rich security model that can adapt to many business usage scenarios. This security model is only in play when there is a Dataverse database in the environment.
What is Microsoft Dataverse?
Dataverse lets you securely store and manage data that's used by business applications. Data within Dataverse is stored within a set of tables. A table is a set of rows (formerly referred to as records) and columns (formerly referred to as fields/attributes).