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[closed] What is the best way to model separate configurations for same product, while also being able to get that data into RPE to generate a comparison report?

Logan Torres (179) | asked Aug 03 '21, 11:29 a.m.
closed Aug 03 '21, 12:12 p.m. by Geoffrey Clemm (30.1k33035)

 We have a product that will have a "recommended configuration" and "current actual configuration". There are over 2000 different settings that can be changed on these configs. What's the best way to represent this data that is also interfaceable with RPE to generate a comparison report of the two configs?

Rhapsody Table?
DNG module? (Would be a pain to create 2000 custom attributes in dng, this was thought of at first)

Geoffrey Clemm commented Aug 03 '21, 12:12 p.m.

This appears to be a continuation of the question you asked yesterday: .   In particular, the difference appears to be the "interfaceable with RPE to generate a comparison report" .   

The more common problem in this forum is someone asking two unrelated questions in a single post, but this appears to be the opposite problem ... asking two closely related questions in a two different posts.   I will go ahead and close this question ... please repost as a comment in .

The question has been closed for the following reason: "Continuation of earlier question." by gmclemm Aug 03 '21, 12:12 p.m.