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QDF adoption for regional structure

What would be the best QDF structure for a BI team scattered over multiple regions. Each region has its own projects and are independent at this point but could change in future where they share work done by other regions. One server for all regions but regions don't share the project containers. We need to place all project containers into separate regional containers. (I have try to use alternate path option but it still creates container under the source folder.

What should we do to these folders?

Is this the right way to do it?

How about separate QDF structure for each team?

I am confused how the deployment will work in either case?

Appreciate your guidance.

Thanks,

J. M.

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Re: QDF adoption for regional structure

figured out from documentation that by adding the folder hierarchy in the ContainerName Column, I can achieve what I intend to achieve.

QDF New Structure.png

Thanks

J. M.

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JM
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Re: QDF adoption for regional structure

figured out from documentation that by adding the folder hierarchy in the ContainerName Column, I can achieve what I intend to achieve.

QDF New Structure.png

Thanks

J. M.