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The quantity of a relationship is the total number of items that have been added to the solution from the relationship. For example, a relationship contains Item A and Item B. If there is one Item A and one Item B in the solution, then the relationship quantity is two. If there are two of Item A in the solution and no Item Bs, the relationship quantity is also two.
This constraint states that the quantity of items from the Items relationship must be less than or equal to twice the value of the "Items-limit-attribute" of the Intro Course. The Intro Course is located in the Training Classes relationship.
Use Constrain Relationship Quantity constraints to set limits on the quantity of products from a relationship that can be in the solution. The limits can be defined as a number or as the quantity of other items, or the value of an attribute.
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