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One to many relationship for containers


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Hi,

Is there a way to create a view where a container belongs to more than one Product? Or have people found a work around for this?

We have organised our services into a portfolio structure of: Portfolio, Service Line, Service

We are looking to introduce solutions now that are made up from our services i.e. a number of service put together make a complete solution, so is there a view that I can create that will allow us to have Portfolio, Service Line, Service and for the Solutions that contain a number of services?

Thanks

Darren

 

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Best answer by scott.baldwin 27 May 2022, 18:29

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@darren.smith what do you mean by a container?

The features board is organized into a hierarchy which is a parent child relationship and does not support a 1:many structure.

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The only way I think you could do this today would be to tag items or perhaps use a dropdown value, then filter for a matching values.

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Thanks @scott.baldwin 

Apologies I meant to say component not container.

The drop downs are a 1:1 relationship still and I don’t want hundreds of drop downs (unless I am missing something)

Tags do work though so this looks like a usable solution for us. We just need to ensure we Tag each component, feature and sub-feature but thats an internal process issue.

Thanks

Darren

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