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Double leafs in non-time dependant hierarchies

Hi I'd like to ask you if someone's dealt with double leafs in a non-time dependant hierarchy; this would be something like this:

|_Char.A_|_Chr.B_|_Chr.C

|_SERV_|_JEFE1_|_COMER1_|_100 EUR

|_SERV_|_JEFE2_|_COMER1_|_ 50 EUR

PROD

JEFE1

COMER1

_400 EUR

<b>SERV..................150 EUR</b>

____ JEFE1____ COMER1 100 EUR

____ JEFE2____ COMER1 50 EUR

PROD..................400 EUR

|____ JEFE1____ COMER1 400 EUR

As you can see the leaf COMER1 is repeated 3 times at the same moment; imagine a comercial that has a single boss and that boss belongs to diferent bussines lines; or another case, with a comercial that has 2 diferent bosses and each of these bosses belongs to a diferent bussines lines.

I'v tryed by making a hierarchy with external characteristics with the Ch.1 and Ch.2 but I can't repeat the Ch.2 JEFE1 cause a error message is thrown. Anyway It seems that external characteristics does not act like a filter in anyway as I've read in some posts of this forum.

¿Is there anyway where I can make a hierarchy with this structure of duplicated nodes and leafs?

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 04:06 PM

    Hi,

    Maybe you can use compounding on the InfoObject C, compounding it with InfoObject A and B.

    That way your salesman will be unique under each boss and business line.

    Hope it helps,

    David.

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