This solution is terrible for parameters that are non binary. Why can't we simply use an "AND" expression for two conditions in a filter?
Allow me to give an example. If I have a component family that has 5 styles (1,2,3,4,5) and 4 options (A,B,C,D)
Style == (1,2,3,4,5)
If I want to create a table that filters out a few of them lets say all parts that are style 1 and have option A. I have to create another parameter "DISPLAY" or whatever and create a complicated conditional relation to set various combinations.
Display == 1A, (if style ==1 and option==A) ...
That seems like a ridiculous amount of work just to create a table that filters a table with 2 conditions.
Does anybody know a better way. This seems like something that would be easy to program with an AND / OR statement in a filter.