I'm trying to find the appropriate strapping to secure a beam to a post, while providing a means to attach a double rim-joist. Consider the drawings below:
In both of these drawings if I use a post cap to attach the beam to the post, the metal of the cap interferes with the joist hangers I would use on the rim joists. In the left-hand drawing I can attach half of the rim joist directly to the front of the beam while sitting it on the post, since the beam only needs 3.5" of support. But how would I attach the second half of the rim joist so that it is 'hanging' from the beam?
What is the correct method for securing the beam to the post, while allowing for the rim joist to be secured to the beam?
I need to hang the joists off the beam - I cannot set them on top. I am hoping to not have to set-back the beam; I want it centred under the corner as shown.