the system allows to map a group from the maintenance structure to ONE group in an output structure. If you have the need to map it to more than one an option is to make use of a proxy structure in between.
Maintenance 1 should go into Output A and C.
Map Maintenance 1 directly to Output A.
Map Maintenance 1 to Proxy X which maps again to Output C.
We do currently have the structures mapped but attributes are still only able to be completed at the maintenance structure. This is an issue as this type of structure only allows an item to exist in one node. So an item that is in two nodes in the output structure can only have one set of attributes based on the maintenance structure assignment.
Maybe that's just the way it is but I wanted to reach out to make sure I'm not missing something. It seems like a valid use case.
okay so perhaps it makes sense to give an example of the use case your are trying to fulfill.
Is it that you need to attributes to be derived from multiple groups the item is assigned to or is it that you want to filter which attributes should be there depending on the output structure group assignment?
Feature inheritance can work on primary and secondary maintenance structures only and not on output structures...