Can a network topology contain more than one root node?

Yes.

There can be more than one tree in a network topology, each with its own root node. In effect, by creating multiple trees you are creating discrete sub-networks within a network.

An extreme case of this is where there are only edge nodes and instance nodes without any area nodes to group them. Each edge node is its own sub-network and queries can only be performed at individual edge nodes.

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