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Definitely, the child required a parent record to access. But if you check the schema of the Standard object account it shows a self-master-detail relationship. It is possible in salesforce but we need extra access.


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In a parent-child subquery, you need to use the child relationship name. In many cases, it will simply be the plural of the child object name + '__r' (so EquipmentProposals__r would be the first thing to try). There are a few ways to get the child relationship name if it's not the plural like looking at the field definition for the relationship field on the ...


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Updating the correct answer to note that lookup relationships using Opportunity Products are possible as of Spring 21.


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I had this issue too and it was definitely related to caching. After realizing I didn't have Allow Activities checked on the object settings page, I couldn't see it even after logging out and back in. Once I cleared my cookies for the sandbox I was in, it appeared.


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