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Relationship of system elements to system elements

Hello everyone.

I work in the SCAM and CDMB model, and I want to know if there is any way or suggestion to relate system elements with system elements, try to create a multiple field from many to many in relation to the system elements table but this is not possible . Do you have any suggestion for this case?

 
 

 

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Re: Relationship of system elements to system elements

Hello,

Currently it is not possible to create a MANY2MANY relationship between two out of the box tables and in general modify the SACM model.

Do you have more details on why you need to create this relationship?

Best regards,

Brindusa

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Re: Relationship of system elements to system elements

OK, I have the CMDB model requested by the customer, I share the imagen

 
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Re: Relationship of system elements to system elements

In the pdf we can see the third row, this row corresponds to the system elements and we can see that there is a relationship between them, according to the client's information.

Example Nnmi system and Operation connector system
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Re: Relationship of system elements to system elements

Hello,

I recommend taking a look at the new Native SACM capability to be released with SMAX 2020.05. The Release Readiness presentation covers the topic.

Best regards,

Brindusa

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