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YannRC
Fluorite | Level 6

Hello, I have a problem understanding the network analysis. I am getting what I want but I have relationships between 2 data that are not displayed.

And I don't understand what I'm doing wrong.

 

In the example below, I have a relationship between these two points (table on the right) but no link on the map.

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FalkoSchulz
SAS Employee

It may just be that node G10S5 is not present in your source column (ANCIEN_RELAIS). As per documentation at  https://go.documentation.sas.com/doc/en/vacdc/v_009/vaobj/n0kcvb9vm0kd1sn1b199uu8hgq1w.htm#p1omdndy7... - due to the ungrouped structure and related node attributes, all node identifiers need to exist at least once in the source column. If node G10S5 is a leaf node (=it doesn't have any child nodes), then just add one row to your data with that value in the source column and leave the value for the target column (NOUVEAU_RELAIS) blank.

Hope this helps. Falko

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FalkoSchulz
SAS Employee

It may just be that node G10S5 is not present in your source column (ANCIEN_RELAIS). As per documentation at  https://go.documentation.sas.com/doc/en/vacdc/v_009/vaobj/n0kcvb9vm0kd1sn1b199uu8hgq1w.htm#p1omdndy7... - due to the ungrouped structure and related node attributes, all node identifiers need to exist at least once in the source column. If node G10S5 is a leaf node (=it doesn't have any child nodes), then just add one row to your data with that value in the source column and leave the value for the target column (NOUVEAU_RELAIS) blank.

Hope this helps. Falko

YannRC
Fluorite | Level 6

Thank you very much.

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