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LibraryEASYProcess Reference ManualProcessesServicesEntityWorkshopAddHierarchy
AddHierarchy Use Examples
Workshop:EntityWorkshop
Service:AddHierarchy
Inputs
ParentEntityIdThis is the Id of the entity that you would like to be the parent entity in the hierarchy relationship. Ex: The Id of the menu that you would like to add a menu item to.

ParentEntityTypeThis is the type of the entity that you would like to be the parent entity. Ex: Menu

ChildEntityIdThis is the Id of the entity that you would like to be the child entity in the entity hierarchy relationship. Ex: The Id of the menu item that you would like to add to the menu.

ChildEntityTypeThis is the type of the entity that you would like to be the child entity. Ex: Menu item

RelationType

AddHierarchy Overview

AddHierarchy is used to create a hierarchy relationship between different entities. An entity hierarchy shows the relationship between different entity types. An entity hierarchy always has a parent entity and child entity. A parent entity is above another entity on the hierarchy and conversely a child entity is below another entity on the hierarchy.

Menu’s are a good example of an entity hierarchy. In a menu entity hierarchy, the parent entity is the menu and the child entities are the menu items. In the below example, you can see that there is a menu with four menu items (Item Catalog, Place Order, Inquiry, Finance). The parent entity is the menu entity and the child entities are the menu items in this example.


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