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5. Compounded info objects

5. The following statements are true for compounded info objects.

a. An info cube needs to contain all info objects of the compounded info object if it has been included in the info cube.
b. An info object cannot be included as a compounding object if it is defined as an attribute only.
c. An info object can be included as an attribute and a compounding object simultaneously.
d. The total length of a compounded info object cannot exceed 60.

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ANSWER(S): A, B, D

When a compounded info object is included in an info cube, all corresponding info objects are added to the info cube. If an info object is defined as an attribute, it cannot be included as compounding object. The total length of the compounding info objects cannot exceed 60 characters.

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This was first published in April 2006

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