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28-08-2019

I am trying to understand whether it is possible to define multiple data schemas over the same FDA table, but each one returning a different subset of data.

If this is possible, how can it be achieved (what are the xml directives to use, and any limitations or traps to be aware of).

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I can now answer my own questions:

  1. Is it possible to define multiple data schemas over the same FDA table?

    A: Yes.  As many as you like.

  2. Returning different subsets of data for a given schema:

    A: Code as follows in the schema xml:

    <sysFilter><condition expr="@field in ('val1','val2')"></sysFilter>

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