Hi Sam M Cohen
Please go through the discussion in the following threads (by), I hope it will help you to resolve your use case -
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It is interesting to see you are trying to use the CMDB for storing Facilities CI & Assets.
All classes must have a root class Base Element. Thats the core of CDM https://docs.bmc.com/docs/display/remforce201901/BMC+Helix+Remedyforce+CMDB+Common+Data+Model
You can create new classes under Base Element for Faclilities like Furiniture, Appliances, Buildings etc and then further subclassify if you need to.
All the fields in the Base Element field set automatically become part of the child classes (sub classes). You can add more attributes to the new classes fieldsets which you think you should track.