You can use Asset comparison table(Symbol) and use multi state.
Step 1: Define elements in AF with attributes (Template approach)
Step 2: Add all required attributes to Asset Comparison table and right click--> Add multistate
Select the attribute and enable multi-state
If your hierarchy does not support using asset table i.e. different attributes in elements then would suggest you to build custom table i.e using rectangle and lines e.g.
If you using templates use the benefit from collections and you can use collections with custom table or asset table mentioned above
Hi Lal Babu,
I was not able find the multistate option in the asset comparison table. May be due to older version of the PI Vision that we use.
Could you please tell me from which version onwards the multistate option available in asset comparison table?