If you would like to have two views of the same assets, one way is that you can use weak references for one view and strong references for the other view. In your case, you can have strong references for your equipment centric hierarchy while grouping those equipment under the relevant process using the process as the parent element with the equipment as weak references of the process element.
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On another note, have you considered using PI Vision (our latest and greatest visualization tool) rather than Processbook since I get the impression that this is a new project and so you should start on PI Vision instead of using Processbook which is in maintenance mode (no more new features).
Thanks for your reply
We will use the weak reference functionality as much as reasonably practicable as we foresee limitations to leverage Element Relative Display for graphics displaying attributes from a hierarchy of elements. Sounds not possible to build the graphics once and duplicate them if the attributes belong to a hierarchy designed with weak reference child elements ( naming ).
Still using Process book to gain time in the implementation phase and using Vision to distribute the graphics to users. Looking forward to PI Vision enhancement