If you set the
flag in this dialog box, the SAP System performs the
de-registration activity as well as a cancellation activity. The SAP System then cancels all module bookings whose validity period extends beyond the specified on the selection screen.
If you set the
flag, the SAP System cancels the study segment it
created for the initial registration or change of program when it executes the de-registration.
This also automatically cancels all
which are within this study segment.
This function is provided especially for cases in which the student does not take up the chosen course of study although (s)he has registered. Also see the relevant notes and the example provided in the field help.
When you edit program content, you can view the modules a student has booked. You can also book modules and cancel module bookings.
You can display a student’s program content in the student file by choosing
Overview of a student’s complete booking history (program modules) including a list of the relevant
data with sort and filter functions
Individual and mass booking of modules
Selection of modules using the object manager
Modification of existing bookings
Display of detailed student information
tab page provides an overview of the modules the student has booked in the chosen
You can filter the data displayed, for example, according to academic year and session or booking status. You can also sort the data, for example, by booking date. To sort the data, select the desired column and
Select a module using the object manager. Double click the module you want to copy to the tab page. There, you can view the module data and the associated business event offering. Select single
business events or a business event package. You can book the module directly by choosing
. If you want to book several modules, you first copy the module from the
tab page to the
tab page using
. When you have copied all the modules you want, you book these
tab page. This includes the module(s) in the
. On the
tab page, you can also cancel a booked module.
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