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What is the rationale for multiple <assetsForIL>s? [message #2060] Fri, 28 December 2018 23:00 Go to previous message
Thomas Nygreen JBD is currently offline  Thomas Nygreen JBD
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Dear all,

I cannot find any documentation of what should determine which assets that go into which <assetForIL>. I assume that there is a reason why the schema allows multiple <assetsForIL>s, but I cannot find that reason in the drafted tutorial or in the forum.

What is the rationale for multiple <assetsForIL>s? If we look to the infrastructure domain, the closest relative to <assetForIL> is <functionalInfrastructure>, which does not multiply. So why not remove <assetsForILs> and have only one <assetsForIL>?

Best regards,
Thomas Nygreen
 
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