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17. 18.


Select the desired using the object manager.

Enter the Choose



, and the


20. 21.

The SAP System displays the students that satisfy the given selection criteria. Set the appropriate progression status for each student.

Choose ( ).


You can use

audit functions like S

and to set the

general and special requirements students have to fulfil, and to check if the academic work they have

completed meets these requirements.

(See also: Audit Overview)


You have made the required settings in Customizing for under .

For index-dependent subrequirements, you require performance indexes. You define these in Customizing

for under .

For index-independent subrequirements, you require conditions. You implement these in Customizing for



For auxiliary conditions, you require key figures. You define these in Customizing for



If you want the system to generate module proposals for a subrequirement, you must create the appropriate

selection methods. You define these in Customizing for →→

under . The system uses the selection

method group AUDS for audits. For more information, see Object Selection Using a Selection Method.

Process Flow 22. You edit requirement catalogs by assigning them (concrete) requirements, subrequirements, and

auxiliary conditions. You can access the requirement catalog editing transaction from the


You use the

screen by to assign

existing subrequirements and auxiliary conditions.

academic specializations


You assign the main requirement catalog and catalog version to each student on the

tab page in the


I f y o u d o n o t w a n t t o a s s i g n e a c h i n d i v i d u a l s t u d e n t a m a i n r e q u i r e m e n t c a t a l o g , y o u c a n a s s i g n t h e (object type O) in the academic structure. If main requirement catalog to a specific

you do so, you must also assign the audit type an evaluation path which the system can use to find

this organizational unit. You assign the evaluation path in Customizing for

by choosing .

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