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Assignment expression

Hi SAP MDM Gurus

I have requirement to write an expression in an assignment as per the below requirements:

  • In the Qualifier Table I have to maintain two values.
  • if this two values has been selected in the Qualifiers table
  • Then the assignment should set a Yes value on the main table \
  • else the value should be NO
  • Again a user might decide to only add one values in the Qualifier table that mean Yes indicator must be set in main field
  • It either both values are select or one values is selected.
  • if a and b is selected then set Yes on the indicator field, or if A is selected on set Yes on the indicator field but if B and anything else than A is selected set No on the indicator table.

Hope my explanation makes sense

Thanks in advance for you assistance

Thanks,

Kwanele

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2013 at 05:29 PM

    Hi Kwanele,

    qualifier field1= choose the appropriate qualifier fields from the expression editor filed tab.

    follow the same for the qualifier filed2

    try the above assignment expression and choose one of the field of the main table to get the answer true or false.

    regards

    Rahul pandey


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    • Former Member

      Hi Pandey,

      sorry for late response, I was on leave only returned this week. The expression provide does not work.

      Let me explain in Details what it's required:

      In a qualifier table, a user can only maintain two different values, this values will always be A and B.

      example : Field name Business Unit = A

      Field name Business Unit = B

      if anything else the assignment should send No else Yes to the assignment field.

      NB: Qualifier table has been design to cater for multivalued that's why one field is repeated more than once hence the same field has A and B for one record

      Thanks,

      Kwanele Nkuna

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