Global rules (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: March 21, 2011

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Click Product information management > Setup > Product builder > Global rules.

Use this form to create global validation rules. You use the upper part of the form to create, approve, and activate rules. You set up the rule in the Validation form, which you open by clicking Validation. You use the lower part of the form to select the Product models to which the rules apply.

NoteNote

This information applies only to Product builder.

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.

Button

Description

Validation

Set up validation rules.

Approve

Approve the rule set.

Field

Description

Rule set number

Type a unique number for the rule set.

Description

Type a brief description of the rule.

Sequence

Select the global priority of the rule. The rule set that has a priority of 1 is run first, the rule set that has a priority of 2 is run second, and so on.

The following sort order is used for the rules:

  1. Global formulas – The lowest sequence number is first.

  2. Local formulas.

  3. Global actions – The lowest sequence number is first.

  4. Local actions.

  5. Global constraints – The lowest sequence number is first.

  6. Local constraints.

Approved by

The alias of the worker who approved this version of the rule set. You cannot change the value in this field. You select the worker in the form that you open by clicking Approve.

Approved

A selected check box indicates that the rule set is approved. You cannot change the value in this field. To approve this version of the rule set, click Approve.

Product model number

Select the identifier of the product model.

From date

The first date that the rule set number is valid.

To date

The last date that the rule set number is valid.

Active

A selected check box indicates whether this version of the rule clause is active.

Approved by

The alias of the worker who approved this version of the rule set. You cannot change the value in this field. You select the worker in the form that you open by clicking Approve.

Approved

A selected check box indicates whether the rule set is approved. You cannot change the value in this field. To approve this version of the rule set, click Approve.


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