Hi, I used to have the piece of code below without the
.'Sales Agreements'* as $ and the necessary changes to add this layer, mostly adding
$^. However after adding this layer I got the following error:
no valid 'singular identity' found for 'key separator' option 'no'. Unexpected 'node identity': - expected: 'node' - but found: 'node hierarchy'
which confuses me as I would argue that I’m still pointing to the same kind of node, just a layer deeper. Why does it now see it as a node hierarchy instead of a node?
'Items': collection = ( 'Sales Orders' = $ .'Sales Orders'* as $ .'Sales Agreements'* as $ ?'Debit Invoice Created'|'Processing' as $ ( 'Template': text -> ^ . 'Templates' -| 'Templates' = $^ $^ $^ $ +'Administration'+'Application Management'>'Document invoices' ( ) 'Set File': command do on $ ( 'Add invoice' with ( 'Invoice file': file = @ /'File' ) ) 'Data': group = ( 'Customer Name': text = $^ $^ $ .'Customer Name' 'Customer Address': text = $^ $^ $ +'Shipping address'.'Address' 'Customer Zip Code': text = $^ $^ $ +'Shipping address'.'Zip code'
Platform version: 2022.2