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  • 24.

    If the requirements for a student are taken from different requirement catalogs, the system uses the catalog version you have flagged for each requirement catalog. The catalog version is determined as follows:

    • a.

      If you have assigned the student a specific version of the requirement catalog in the student file, the system uses this catalog version.

b. If you have not assigned the student a specific version of the requirement catalog in the student file, the system uses the version within the requirement catalog version set which is flagged as


. You set this flag in Customizing for



If the system finds a

(object type RC) using a requirement selection, the

contains the name of the requirement catalog to which it belongs. The system also requires the catalog version when it determines the subrequirement.


You create a requirement profile for the students for whom you want to run an audit.

If you want the system to generate requirement profiles (and execute audit runs) automatically, you can use the following report programs:

RHIQAUDIT_MP_CP (Audit (Process-Dependent)) RHIQAUDIT_MP_CS (Audit (Process-Independent))

26. You start the audit run [Page 161] with one of the above report programs. In the audit run, the system compares the requirements in the requirement profile with the student’s completed and transferred academic work, and displays the results.

You can use the BSP application PIQ_AUDIT to edit requirement profiles individually, and to start audit runs. The BSP application enables you to make manual changes and corrections, for example if the result is not fulfilled.

Audits are always performed on the basis of a requirement profile. Requirement profiles are generated individually for each student. The system generates the requirement profiles based on the program and specialization in which the student is registered.


1. You first have to create the requirements and subrequirements for each version of the requirement catalog.

Requirements refer to academic objects, for example:

      • General university requirements refer to an organizational unit.

      • Program requirements refer to a program.

  • 2.

    Requirement profiles have a structure, such as:

    • a.

      Overall result

    • b.

      General university requirements

    • c.

      Program requirements, etc.

You therefore first have to create the requirement pattern which maps this structure in Customizing for .

The system uses this structure as a basis when it determines the concrete requirements and subrequirements from the requirement catalog for a student’s program or specialization. The system uses requirement selections to determine this information. The result is a requirement profile.

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