An Associated Node (GLOBAL) Property for a Node, Only Keeps the Last value Saved. It is Not Possible to Associate to Multiple Nodes. (Doc ID 1644751.1)

Last updated on APRIL 08, 2014

Applies to:

Hyperion Data Relationship Management - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



In an Example where within an Oracle  Data Relationship Managment Model there are Account and Country Hierarchies. It is desired to associate an Account with only one Country but a single Country has be associated with multiple Account nodes.

With a Property of Associated Node Property, a Account node cannot be associated with a Country node who already has other Accounts associated with it.

Under these conditions the last assignment of an Account node with a Country is kept. Previous association with that Country from other Accounts are lost.


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