Hide/disable Options in a subscriber optionset based on selected options

Hide/disable Options in a subscriber optionset based on selected options

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Brief Description:
Hide/disable Options in a subscriber optionset based on selected options
Benefits / Value:
One scenario where this would be required:
3rd party solution does support different sizes of virtual machines. the selected size defines the amount of possible additional disks
In theory it would be possible to structure the additional disks below the size selector but this would quickly exceed the nesting level of CSA and also decrease performance as it would dramatically exponentially grow the amount of options

Workaround

nesting and duplicating option-sets but this only helps in a few cases and does have severe performance impact

Unacceptable

They cant provide satisfying UI for the use cases to their customers

Design details:

What they  are envisioning is a reference selection similar to the property source binding process for enabled and customer visibility property of Option Sets, Options and also properties within an Option.
This must allow selection of multiple different Options to be selected as linked elements.
By default the result evaluation should apply a logical OR .
It  should be possible  to define a custom logic rule.
e.g. ((option 1 AND(xoption2 OR  xoption3 OR xoption4)) OR Option 2)
it also should be possible to select Boolean properties as another input criteria into the evaluation.

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