AttributeDefinition - with 2 Dependency

Nate Klingenstein ndk at
Fri Sep 21 21:44:23 EDT 2018


You can have as many dependencies as you want within a definition and it
will coalesce all values that it receives from all sources by default.

First, you'll need individual two AttributeDefinitions, one for each

Then to assemble them using logic(i.e. the if/then part) rather than just
coalescing all values, you will have to write a Scripted

There's an example on that page that uses two attributes and probably will
give you a great starting point for your stated aims.

Have a good weekend,

On Fri, Sep 21, 2018 at 6:54 PM Joshua Brodie <josbrodie at> wrote:

> Hello...
> The task I am trying to solve is for a particular 'AttributeDefinition
> id' :
> --  if Dependency1 (i.e. with sourceAttribute1) is no value
> --  then use Dependency2 (i.e. with sourceAttribute2).
> Is it possible in AttributeDefinition to have 2 Dependency (each with it's
> own sourceAttribute)?
> Or am I blowing smoke and should explore for other solution paths?
> Thanks.
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