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Is there a way to capture all of the accountid's related to SalesLogix accounts in a tree view in order to use all of them in one sql statement?

Question: Is there a way to capture all of the accountid's related to SalesLogix accounts in a tree view in order to use all of them in one sql statement?

Answer: That being said, the best way to achieve this would be through Code: - On Node Select, get the AcctID, then resolve the relationships by querying each account. (Also, make sure you add some checks to prevent an Infinite Loop just in case you have a Closed Loop on the Relationship). Best bet would be to create an Array of the AcctIDs and then use that array to go after the products. Otherwise, you would have to put a limit as to how many levels down you want your code to work for. For instance, the following statement gets up to 3 levels down: SELECT A.PARENTID, ACCOUNTID AS CHILDID FROM ACCOUNT UNION SELECT A.PARENTID, C2.ACCOUNTID AS CHILDID FROM ACCOUNT A INNER JOIN ACCOUNT C2 ON A.ACCOUNTID = C2.ACCOUNTID UNION SELECT A.PARENTID, C2.ACCOUNTID AS CHILDID FROM ACCOUNT A INNER JOIN ACCOUNT C2 ON A.ACCOUNTID = C2.PARENTID INNER JOIN ACCOUNT C3 ON C2.ACCOUNTID = C3.PARENTID ParentID is the Root, and then you get up to 3 levels down from the statement shown above. You could place it on a View, then call it by just passing the ParentID, and it will return you all the IDs that are associated to it downstream. Bottom line, I believe you should be looking for a Recursive function to build you this relationship. Maybe you can do this within SQL by using a Function to return you a Table and embed that into a View. (off course, then you need to figure out how that would work across remotes.

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