Looks like tk-multi-workfiles2 currently will take a list of fields to determine how to display the entities in the tree but is there a way to get it to look at fields recursively?
This becomes more apparent if you want to display Assets in a nested structure according to their parent/child relationships. Essentially we have a large number of Sets that are linked in a way where at the leaf level theres a few 100 Assets and ideally these are represented in a way where the tree only lists the top level Assets and then artists can dig down into those children in a recursive manner until they reach the leaf Assets.
If there is a parent/child relationship like the following in SG:
ParentMasterSet > SubSetOfMaster1 > ChildAsset1
######|---------> SubSetOfMaster2 > ChildAsset2
And in workfiles config we specify the ‘parents’ field should be used in the hierarchy, then we get something like the following:
ParentMasterSet > SubSetOfMaster1
SubSetOfMaster1 > ChildAsset1
SubSetOfMaster2 > ChildAsset2
Here we get knowledge of immediate children and parent links but it kind of makes things confusing because the “SubSetOfMaster” assets are displayed at the root level of the tree.
Anyone know of a way to achieve this, or is it more of a feature request?