PIQRULEPROGR-SINDX_2 >= '30.00' (entry in the column
you can access this entry from
the menu by choosing
T h e s u b s e q u e n t p r o g r e s s i o n s t a t u s ( P I Q R U L E P R O G R - N _ P R O G S T A T ) i s r e p l a c e d b y t h e c o n s t a n t v a l u e 2 .
In rule modules you combine rule elements, i.e. group validations and substitutions. You can assign the rules modules to rule containers.
Prerequisites The required validations and substitutions are available in the system.
1. From the SAP menu, choose →.
When setting up a rule module, you must perform these three steps:
Step 1: Define the rule module
Step 2: Describe the rule module
Step 3: Build the rule module
Define the rule module. You define a rule module by entering a numeric key and descriptive text. You must create a new entry
for each rule module. a. In the top node
, choose .
Enter a numeric key and a descriptive text for each
Describe the rule module. For each rule module, enter a description that explains its content and function.
a. Select the rule module you want to describe, and choose the node double clicking it.
Enter a description for the rule module.
Build the rule module.
In this step, you assign rule elements to the rule modules. The system processes these rule elements when the rule module is called. If the rule elements are validations, you can combine them with the
operators AND and OR.
a. Select the rule module you want to build, and choose the node double clicking it.
b. Assign rule elements to the rule module. You can use operators to combine the rule elements. An example of how to set up a rule module is given in the following.
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