Oh! I’m sorry to hear that. Do you mind expanding on what you mean?
It sounds like you changed the parent board of these subitems so that they’re no longer connected, is that right? If so, I’m afraid that yes, you wouldn’t be able to find the connection between these subitems and parent items anymore.
If this is not the case, you can use a query like this:
I really wish we could be a bit more precise with the timeline on when this would be adjusted, but at the time, we aren’t able to commit to an ETA or even a rough date just yet. Like Helen mentioned, your best bet would be to query the sub-item column value of the parent item to get all of the sub-items that are related to it, as this is the currently most stable approach.
I’m really sorry for the inconvenience this causes on your end, as I definitely realise this will lead to some extra work to make the adjustments.
@YannD In this case, you would always need to query the parent board, and not the sub-item board, As mentioned by Helen. Since you are able to get the sub-item board data, you should also be able to query the parent board data as well - would that be possible to implement in your scenario?
Retrieving data from a sub-element by the parent element (example subitems test) does not work by integromat, it is a calculation.
It is thus necessary to make a calculation between the parent and the sub-item.
I need to retrieve the data from the 5 sub-articles + the parent article. The recovery of the sub-items, allows to make calculations of max, min, the last … OR analysis of all the sub-elements of the parent article.
Before the behavior modification, recovery of the 5 sub-items + the parent article without any problem.
rewriting the connection with integromat is not a problem, I just need to have the parent ID in the sub-elements (before) or the sub-element numbers in the parent