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we are currently building a wiki, which can be approached from three sides. For example, two of these pages are the categories active ingredient and product. These should now be linked in such a way that their connections are always (both sides) consistent and can be evaluated. An example:
Use case: Representation and evaluation of structural relationships in a wiki area
The active ingredient A has its own wiki page with substance-specific descriptions. On the wiki page of active substance A it is also stated that the active substance is used in products X and W.
Product X also has its own wiki page with product-specific information. Among other things, the active ingredients H and A are mentioned here as ingredients.
An overview page provides information about which active ingredients are contained in which products and which products contain which active ingredients.
If a new connection between products and active ingredients is now entered, the change on a wiki page (active ingredient or product or overview) should automatically be reflected in the corresponding entry on the other pages.
Use of labels / tags / items / variables for the active ingredients and products instead of standard name strings on the respective wiki pages.
Which macro is suitable for this? Are there nameable, countable and linkable items? Is area label management suitable?
Thank you and best regards,