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adminhelp:productadministration:products:rulesadmin [2018/07/05 09:13]
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adminhelp:productadministration:products:rulesadmin [2018/11/29 08:18] (current)
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 ====== Rules Admin ====== ====== Rules Admin ======
  
-Rules allow creating limitations for the configuration of the product.  This ensures that the user is only able to create an accurate and valid configuration of the product.  Though not quite as user friendly as what Attribute Dependencies offers, the Rules section allows creating complex rules through the use of CPQ tags.  It is not prerequisite to be an expert in CPQ tags, the Code Builder, which can be accessed during the creation of every rule, can help in creating these rules in a user friendly way. \\ +Rules allow creating limitations for the configuration of the product.  This ensures that the user is only able to create an accurate and valid configuration of the product.  Though not quite as user friendly as what Attribute Dependencies offers, the Rules section allows creating complex rules through the use of SAP CPQ tags.  It is not prerequisite to be an expert in CPQ tags, the Code Builder, which can be accessed during the creation of every rule, can help in creating these rules in a user friendly way. \\ 
 Each rule is created with a **Condition**, which determines whether or not the action will run, and an **Action**, which tells the system what to do when the condition is true.  Each rule is in essence an **IF **statement.  IF the condition is true, THEN the anything in the action field will run.  There are CPQ tags used especially for rules (and triggers, which are discussed in the [[adminhelp:productadministration:products:triggers|]] section) to create the condition and the action statements. To access the Rules section use the manual method of product definition and select the **Rules **link under the **Current Product** drop down. This brings up the **Rules Administration** screen shown in Figure A. \\  Each rule is created with a **Condition**, which determines whether or not the action will run, and an **Action**, which tells the system what to do when the condition is true.  Each rule is in essence an **IF **statement.  IF the condition is true, THEN the anything in the action field will run.  There are CPQ tags used especially for rules (and triggers, which are discussed in the [[adminhelp:productadministration:products:triggers|]] section) to create the condition and the action statements. To access the Rules section use the manual method of product definition and select the **Rules **link under the **Current Product** drop down. This brings up the **Rules Administration** screen shown in Figure A. \\ 
  
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