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You implement the performance indices, filters, conditions, and selection methods you need when you define

subrequirements in Customizing for

. You must assign the selection methods

you want to use for subrequirements to selection method group AUDS so that these are offered as possible entries in the input help.

You can use auxiliary conditions like subrequirements, to map degree or stage requirements in the system. The system saves the auxiliary condition and the subrequirements in concrete requirements, technically speaking, in the rule container (object type RC) of infotype 1747. If only the auxiliary conditions of a requirement must be fulfilled, and not the implicit condition ("100 % of all subrequirements must be fulfilled for the requirement to be fulfilled“) and auxiliary conditions, you can switch off the implicit condition. If you do not switch it off, all subrequirements and auxiliary conditions must be fulfilled. You use key figures to define auxiliary conditions.

The system offers a version management function for your requirement catalogs. You can use this version management function, for example, to map the different versions of your academic and exam regulations. When you generate a requirement profile for a student, you can define which catalog version, that is, academic or exam regulation version, is valid for this student. You can combine the versions which you use for each individual requirement catalog to a version set in Customizing.

Activities To edit concrete requirements, subrequirements and auxiliary conditions for the different requirement

catalogs, go to the

screen and choose from the


1. 2.

Choose the desired requirement catalog and audit type, and check the default catalog version. Select a process part, and if required, a parameter value.

Whether or not you require a parameter value depends on the audit type. The audit type

requires the parameter

, for instance.


To list the assigned requirements, subrequirements and auxiliary conditions, choose .

You can copy the content of one requirement catalog version to another one by choosing the

menu option


You can transfer the responsibility for a specific requirement catalog to a different

organizational unit by choosing the menu option

. However, you

cannot define the authorization for the requirement catalog with this assignment. The assignment is used for evaluation purposes only.

You can view and change the requirement assigned to the academic structure and thus

determine where it is used in the system by choosing the menu option .



In the requirement profile, you set up the (concrete) requirements, subrequirements and auxiliary conditions for each program in which a student is registered (see also: Audit Overview).You first have to edit the requirement catalogs you need for the requirement profile.You have assigned a main requirement catalog to the student in the student file, or you have configured a general derivation for the main requirement catalog via the academic structure by creating an evaluation path (see Process Flow under Audit).


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