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Incremental assignment of academic work may not be valid for all the filters; for example, it does not make sense to use this function to calculate an average. In this case, you can decide in Customizing which filters should have incremental assignment.


  • You have created subrequirements.

  • You have chosen which filters have incremental assignment, by making the settings in Customizing

for Student Lifecycle Management under

Example: A subrequirement may demand that a student complete two modules from a module group. If the student has completed four modules from the same module group, only two modules should be used; not all four modules.


In an audit run, you can determine which subrequirements and auxiliary conditions the student satisfies and which not, and which ones are still in process (see also Audit Overview).

You can evaluate the data automatically with the following report programs: RHIQAUDIT_MP_CP (Audit (Process-Dependent)) RHIQAUDIT_MP_CS (Audit (Process-Independent))

You can use the BSP application PIQ_AUDIT to make corrections in audit runs. The BSP application enables you to make manual changes, for example, if a result is not fulfilled.

If the subrequirements are index-dependent, the system performs the evaluation as follows:

  • The system assigns the academic work objects of the student which match the filter criteria (see

under Requirement Catalog.

The assigned academic work objects are used as the calculation basis for performance indices.

The system compares the performance indices with the target values (see


Requirement Catalog), and determines whether or not the student fulfils the subrequirement.

If the subrequirements are index-independent, the system performs the evaluation as follows:

  • The system evaluates the condition (see

under Requirement Catalog).

  • The system determines whether the student meets the subrequirement from the result.

If all of the subrequirements of a requirement are fulfilled, then the requirement itself is fulfilled. If the requirement has an auxiliary condition, the requirement is fulfilled when all the subrequirements and the auxiliary condition are fulilled.

If only the auxiliary conditions of a requirement have to 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 can also perform these steps manually and overwrite the system defaults if the BSP application view you are using allows this.

If you execute or change requirements manually, you can have the system generate a module proposal for each subrequirement. This is advisable in cases where the student has not completed any academic work

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