I have two lists that already exist. The first list has items that are a concatenation of employee, role, and project. The second list is just the projects. There is a module that has the following items (in addition to others):
Both lists are numbered lists. Is there a way to assign the projects as parents of the concatenated list items without assigning the projects list as the parent and then manually moving things around?
I'm not sure what you mean by product list, but the list with the concatenation I'll call the Employee List and the parent list Project List. Currently, the parent of all the members of the Employee List is All Employees. I want to take the values from the source module for Project and assign them as parents to the Employee List while also setting the Project List as the Parent Hierarchy in the list configuration for the Employee List.
So I'm guessing by what you said I should first import the values from the source module for Project and then set the Parent Hierarchy to be Project List? Or am I getting this backwards?
I kind of agree with @bdeaton , it does seem more logical to have projects as parents and assign Employees underneath. There are a few other things you mention that I could do with more explanation of. Could you post a bit more context of what you are trying to achieve. What is the process and the upstream / downstream processes and what the data flows are. Screenshots, or attachments would be very helpful