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Two referenced objects with the same name

Hi there,

I have a problem where two object types have an attribute called Group in them.  Both of these are inboundreferenced to another object type.

If I write this

{{lookupObjects.Group}}

I get nothing as there is two 'Group' values to be found.

I thought I could put the objecttype name in the lookup and use dot but that didn't work either

{{lookupObjects.Tech Group.Group}}

The audit log knows the two groups are there from the first level of the lookup

CS-1146, CS-1145 - AWS Support, Platform Dev

but the referencing down loses the plot.

Is there a way to differentiate this when I do a lookupobject based on an inboundreference when there are two with the same name?

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