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ehs expert rule - input and output data for GHS , Sara Comp and DAPEC

Hello Experts ,

Can I know what are the input data needed before we run rule and what outcomes doe we get after running rules and some explanation how rule logic is used for this expert rule execution ? Need some detail information

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    Posted on Sep 14, 2015 at 08:47 AM

    Hi Krishna,

    If you have purchased SERC content, there is an excel file SAP provides with the content packege which contains input/ouput mapping for all rules and properties. This should be available in Expert Rules folder with name <SAP_ERC_ExpertRules_Overview> ; please check.

    The disclaimer is that one can't easily establish a distinct relationship by referring this file 😕 .



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    • Dear Krishna

      in different thread the "ruc" file was discussed. This file is not to be "changed". According to the discussion in some thread you can think the content as something which is "compiled"; therefore: no human being will understand the content easily.


      PS: as explained by Pavan: I assume the same: If you buy the rules you should get quite good dcoumentation about "how to install and use them". So I ask you to just check any file you have (liek Pavan recommended)

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