The commentary by Dol po pa, known as the advocate of the “other-emptiness theory,” on the Abhisamayālaṃkāra is a unique text in that it is only slightly dependent on Haribhadra’s interpretation, unlike those written by most Tibetan masters belonging to the other sects, which are subcommentaries on Haribhadra's Sphuṭārthā.
The root text refers to the sarvākārajñatā, the mārgajñatā, and the sarvajñatā as the triple sarvajñatā or omniscience, again in general terms, and it comprises eight abhisamayas in which the triple omniscience is a reference to the first three of the eight. The triple omniscience (mkhyen pa gsum) described in Dol po pa’s commentary is identified with prajñāpāramitā itself, and sometimes classified into three kinds according to basis, path, and fruit. However, Dol po pa might have preferred a twofold classification of the triple omniscience with one entity and different entities. This is in accord with the twofold classification into true and conditional prajñāpāramitā. The former, the true prajñāpāramitā, shows no difference with regard to basis and fruit; the latter, the conditional prajñāpāramitā, depends on the path. The triple omniscience with one entity must be the true prajñāpāramitā, and the triple omniscience with different entities is the conditional prajñāpāramitā.