@Tim_Meske Consider a row, [Related Employees By EmpID], of type List, ElementType of Ref, an ElementTypeQualifier that identifies ReferencedTableName: Employee, and an App formula of =REF_ROWS(“Employee”, “EmpID”). This column contains a list of references to employee records. When this column is displayed in a detail view, it’s presented as an embedded/in-line table, typically of the first five rows, and possibly followed by New and View All options.
The format of this embedded/in-line table is determined by the Ref-position view attached to the Employee table: The Employee table because that’s the table the rows are from, as indicated by the ReferencedTableName property in the ElementTypeQualifier
Likewise, if you click on one of the rows in this embedded/in-line table, the Ref-position detail view for the Employee table will be used. If you click to add a New row from this embedded/in-line table, the Ref-position form view for the Employee table will be used.