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Overview showing which rule containers are linked to which objects of the academic structure

You can restrict this display to a specific callup point. No entry (blank) means all callup points

Rule display (rule container view) Text display

Overview of rule containers at non-academic callup points

Graphical and text view (general overview)

Graphical view only View of one process

Like the general overview without the text view Like the general overview with preselection of

callup point and

an overview of the rule

containers assigned to non-academic callup points

View of several processes

Like the general overview with preselection of

callup points and

an overview of

the rule containers assigned to non-academic callup points

The hierarchy display can be set up in different ways. You can choose the top and bottom hierarchy levels (Access via... to...), and the display direction.

The top and bottom hierarchy levels can be:

  • Objects of the academic structure

  • Rule containers

  • Rule modules

  • Rule elements (validations, substitutions)

  • Boolean classes

The display direction can be top down (from the objects of the academic structure to the Boolean classes), or bottom up (from the Boolean classes to the objects of the academic structure). In the display, you can show or hide the callup points or the stage as additional data.

When you change the

, you must refresh the tree structure using

.

H o w e v e r , w h e n y o u d i s p l a y o r h i d e f i e l d s u s i n g

,

the display is refreshed automatically

.

You can display a where-used-list for rule containers, rule modules, and rule elements either for all callup points or for selected processes, that is, for one or more callup points.

You choose

You choose

You want to know which rule containers use a particular rule module. You set up a tree structure as follows:

as the display direction. as the top hierarchy level of the tree structure.

  • You choose the access level

.

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