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Callup points are distinguished by their

, which can be academic and/or non-academic:

  • ‚óŹ

    are used to link rule containers, which are the central objects within the rules, with objects of the academic structure, such as programs or modules. The rule containers are then valid for the object of the academic structure to which they are assigned, and for all subordinate

objects linked to this object. In the case of

, the system makes no distinction between the different objects

o f t h e a c a d e m i c s t r u c t u r e . I n s t e a d , i t e v a l u a t e s a l l t h e r u l e c o n t a i n e r s a s s i g n e d t o t h e s e n o n - a c a d e m i c c a l l u p

points. You assign rule containers to non-academic callup points in Customizing for

in the section

.The rules

are based on a three-level concept. At the top level are the rule containers. Rule containers are objects that are either linked with other objects of the academic structure or are assigned directly to specific

applications in Customizing. The rule containers contain rule modules. Rule modules

contain one or more rule elements, and are modular and reusable. The rule elements are validations or

substitutions that belong to the application


For more information about rules, see

in the

We recommend you also read the documentation in the SAP Library in the section

Implementation Guide.

Validations, Substitutions, and Rules.


One rule container can contain the checks that apply for admission of domestic students. Another can contain the checks for admission of international students.

A rule module can contain the checks which, for example, determine whether a student fulfils the Mathematics prerequisites.

A single rule element then checks whether the student has passed the Mathematics entrance test.

Maintaining Validations Maintaining Substitutions Setting Up Rule Modules Rule Container Maintaining Rule Containers Rules Overview

Use You use validations to evaluate the data of

applications based on a certain

set of rules. For example, you can determine whether a student fulfils the prerequisites for entrance to a

specific program. The system transfers the data in the

applications to rule

evaluation at specific program locations, or callup points. During rule evaluation, the system determines which rule containers contain the rule modules with the relevant validations.


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