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VMAN objects not filtered by node-based limitations

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Created by Robert Stidman, last modified by Karen Valdellon on Jul 11, 2016

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Updated July 11, 2016

Overview

This article explains why VMAN objects do not appear to be filtered by the view limitation.

Environment

Any Orion with VMAN but specifically seen with NPM v12

Detail

VMAN objects do not use node custom properties. In some cases, a view limitation may be applied to nodes. For example, via a node custom property. Confusion may occur because those same nodes may also be separate objects in VMAN, and the events will show them only by name, not differentiating the object type on the surface. In that, way it will appear that the objects are not being filtered by the view limitation when they, in fact, do not apply to it at all.

 

 

 

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