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Problem in Enterprise Portal context menu

Posted on 2009-04-12
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The Context menu which takes the identity of the selected record and navigates to the page with selected record context is not working in Enterprise Portal (EP).  For example, If you select the record number 5 in the grid view list and click on Edit in Action menu list in toolbar then the page with record 5 in editable form must open. But now, only first record is opening irrespective of record selected in edit page.
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I got the solution for after struggling for a few days. The problem was hidden in the EDT.  We have to specify the EDT relationship with the main table in Dynamics Ax 2009. Here my EDT was QualificationId and it was required to specify the relation with QualificationTable at the EDT level.
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