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I have 3 objects (A, B, C). B have master-detail relationship to object A(master). Also object B have lookup on object C(parent). On layout of object A I have related list of records of object B. I need to show some fields from object C on this related list as if I have them on object B. What is the best way to show them? (I can't change relatioship between B and C to Master-Detail)

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I think your best bet is to go for formula fields.

If you need to display some fields in A from C, then create a pair of formula fields in B object such as C__r.My_Field__c and add them in A's related list, that way if you ever need to change the fields you want to display, it's just editing a quick formula field.

  • thanks for you answer Javier, but I need display these fields(obect C fields) in related list area of object B(these values connected to object B) – I.Kliavakin Jun 19 '17 at 14:14
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    @I.Kliavakin I expressed myself wrong, let me edit. Nonetheless, it isn't a problem: you add the formula fields in B and edit the related list in A to show B's formula fields that represent C's fields. Does it make sense to you? – Javier García Manzano Jun 19 '17 at 14:25

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