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Hey guys, I need some advice from you veteran Catalogue designers.
I have several situations where a roster must contain "either entry A or entry B." So far, I've solved this by creating a dummy shared entry (min/max 1) that both Entry A and Entry B link to and setting the "min in Force" requirement on the shared dummy entry. This is inelegant since the name of the shared dummy entry shows up in the roster and is often irrelevant.
However, this solution is becoming untenable for me since there are also situations where the roster must contain "either entry A or entry C" meaning Entry A would need to have multiple dummy shared entries.
Any bright ideas on how to overcome this?
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