VLF-ONE and VLF-WIN Differences in Child and Peer Business Object Handling
VLF-WIN processes child business objects and peer business objects differently.
VLF-ONE uses a simpler peer and child model, which means that:
- In VLF-ONE a business object may only be a normal (or 'root') business object, or a child, or a peer business object. It cannot be used in multiple roles as it can in VLF-WIN.
- In VLF-ONE you cannot authorise access to individual peers or children. If you are authorized to access the normal (or 'root') business object, then you are automatically authorized to all its associated peers and all children.
- In VLF-WIN you can authorise peer and child business objects individually. This is not a valid authorization technique if the authorization information is also to be used in a VLF-ONE deployment.