Custom multi-table lookups can now include virtual tables
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|Enabled for||Public preview||General availability|
|Users, automatically||-||Nov 25, 2022|
Users can now use virtual tables as part of their multi-table lookups. This opens up the ability to have greater access to their virtual data including the Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) User virtual table.
Multi-table lookups are lookups that retrieve data from multiple tables at once. A commonly used out-of-the-box example is the customer lookup, which retrieves data from the account and contact tables. Users can create multi-table lookups themselves using the SDK or API, and in the future, they'll be able to do this using make.powerapps.com as well.
Now, when creating custom multi-table lookups, users can select from any local table and any virtual table. In order to participate in a custom multi-table lookup, the selected tables or virtual tables must not already be part of an existing multi-table lookup. For details on how to create these, go to Multi-table lookups.