User defined comm_group
Sara, I am sorry that your question has not yet been answered.

You can actually define a commodity to be also a user-defined commodity group, but such a "Group commodity" should never be used in the topology of processes.  First, create the new commodity, and then define members for this Group commodity using COM_GMAP on the TID spread on the CommGroup Tab, with the newly created commodity selected in the top part.

After defining the member commodities for the Group commodity, you can then use the commodity on the Process tab as the constrained commodity in a FLO_SHAR parameter, and some other commodity group as the reference group.

I hope this answer helps you, although it comes so late. Embarrassed

(Note that you can also use ACTGRP as the commodity group in FLO_SHAR, for referring to the process activity).

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User defined comm_group - sld - 24-10-2010, 09:50 PM
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