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  • Martijn Snels

    I had exactly the same issue last week. Didn't had a chance to dig deeper in it.

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  • nealpatil

    Hi Jonathan,

     

    There is scroll bar on the right hand side in the attached image.

    I assume that you have tried scrolling to look at all the possible options.

     

    Thanks,

    Neal

    NealPatil  @ gmx.com

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  • Jean-Claude Massé

    When you got a lot of @token available, you have to type longer name to get it. Try @all of ... and you may see some other options. Also, if you add the relationship field and add the calc in the same template modification, this will not work. Calculation only see already existing field. So you have to add the others field before, save, and add calculation after.

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  • Martijn Snels

    I've just tried to verify this in our apps again. Still the same issue. App B (16091421) in Workspace B (4653304) needs to access App A (13226181) in Workspace A (3792208). Other fields are available. The problem occurs on fetching the value of a reference field, single line fields give no issue.

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  • Rainer Grabowski

    Calculation fields in app A can't fetch relationship fields from App B. Therefore you never see the name of a relationship field from App B in the dropdown list of the calculation field in App A.  You have to use a workaround:
    Example:  In a calculation field in App A  you want to see which items of App C are linked in the relationship field in B . Create a calculation field "APP C DATA" in App B which fetches the data (title field or whatever field you need from C)  you need in the calculation field in App A. Then in the calculation field in App A you can pull the data from the field APP C DATA.

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  • Martijn Snels

    @Rainer This always have been possible and we're doing so with other reference fields as well. Those work just fine. We'll file a support case later today.

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  • Rainer Grabowski

    @Martin  "Branche" is a relationship field - and this has never been possible :) You dont't have access to "all of Branche" in a calc field in another app. If the calc field is in the same app as Branche you have to do: @all of a field in the app to which Branche points

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