When creating display details to represent multiple records (for example, on a search), not setting some unique values in the display details you build can cause unknown consequences (for example, problems with Breadcrumb). I have been told that when I create the display detail, I'm supposed to set values for Name and Id. Can someone confirm what's needed to uniquely identify different display details?

asked 19 Feb '15, 18:20

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edited 19 Feb '15, 18:21

There is an Id property in the DisplayDetail View Element. To make a DisplayDetail unique set the Id property to the instance of the Entity representing the DisplayDetail. For example if you displaying a list of Accounts use the instance of the Account entity.


answered 07 Jun '18, 13:09

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