There is an on-going problem with most modern CRM systems which is the Account – Contact problem. In short, most CRMs assume a Contact belongs to just one Account and an Account has many Contacts. Often this assumption is not valid. Common examples include medical practitioners, who work for a hospital, have their own practice […]
Tip #189: What does “reparent” mean?
CRM 1:N relationships that are “Configurable cascading” type allow you to customize several cascading behaviors. For example, in the system parental relationship between Accounts and Contacts, you can change the relationship type to “Configurable Cascading” and then set the “Share” permission cascading to “Cascade None” so that sharing an Account with George will not also […]