Parent names for a numbered list in ragged hierarchy

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Parent names for a numbered list in ragged hierarchy

Hi Community,

 

We have Ragged Hierarchy where list members are more than 60 characters each having different codes but have similar names. If we go for numbered list we cant add display name property for parents and if we go for normal list then duplicates are there and list members are also having more than 60 characters. Can anyone suggest how to fix it.

 

Thanks,

Gaurav

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Certified Master Anaplanner

Re: Parent names for a numbered list in ragged hierarchy

@gaurav,

Quick question. Why can't we go for 2 different lists (One for Parent and another one for Child)? Creating a composite hierarchy would solve your problem.

Regards,
Kavin.
New Contributor

Re: Parent names for a numbered list in ragged hierarchy

@kavinkumar 

 

We have proposed Balanced Hierarchy to the customer but they wants to have Ragged Hierarchy.

 

Regards,

Gaurav

Community Boss

Re: Parent names for a numbered list in ragged hierarchy

if you do a two level composite hierarchy, with the lvl 1 being all the parent and lvl 2 all the leaf, as suggested by kavinkumar, you get a bit of both worlds. But that only solve your problem if no parent has more than 60 char, which is unlikely.

If you want to keep the ragged, the only solution is to shorten the names prior to put them in the list (in a data hub typically).

Else there is probably a way to have a technical composite hierarchy where you define the display names and map that to your ragged on to have a dynamic multi level display name. we can dig into that if you want



Nathan Rudman, Anaplan Model Builder
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Re: Parent names for a numbered list in ragged hierarchy

@nathan_rudman 

 

Hi Nathan,

 

I exactly didn't understand the last line, like to have technical composite hierarchy where we define the display names and map that to our ragged one to have a dynamic multi level display name. Please let me know if we can connect on this.

 

Regards,

Gaurav