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BMC Atrium Integration Relationship issue


I am performing the ATrium Integration with ucmdb where i am only pushing the data from UCMDB to Atrium. In that i am pushing the data of network devices with the host topology as like we have in ucmdb.

Switch--> Interface-->L2C-->Interface-->Host.

So when i am pushing the data first time it was fine all things go to Atrium Side but when i am running the job second time the relationship between those getting double in Atrium Side. I can check that this is happening only for the composition relationship and not for others like containment and usage.

Does anyone have any idea what it is happening.

Find the below XML CODE for the link 

<!-- ############ (Computer->Interface) composition -> ########### -->
<link source_link_type="composition" target_link_type="BMC_Dependency" source_ci_type_end1="vmware_esx_server"
source_ci_type_end2="interface" role1="Source" role2="Destination" nameSpace="BMC.CORE" mode="update_else_insert">

<target_ci_type_end1 name="BMC_ComputerSystem" superclass="BMC_System"/>
<target_ci_type_end2 name="BMC_NetworkPort" superclass="BMC_HardwareSystemComponent"/>

<!-- constant value-->

<target_attribute name="DatasetId" datatype="char" length="127">
<map type="constant" value="#####"/>

<target_attribute name="AccountID" datatype="char" length="127">
<map type="direct" source_attribute="global_id"/>

<target_attribute name="Name" datatype="char" length="127">
<map type="constant" value="composition"/>

<target_attribute name="Status" datatype="integer" length="127">
<map type="constant" value="3"/>

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