I noticed a scenario where AP, AN are set to check with a zero tolerance and PP is set with a X tolerance at absolute and y tolerance at a percentage level.
But with these set already the system allows a MIRO which clearly breaches the limit and just shows a warning while simulation. I am assuming it will post the document.
Is this standard. If yes, then what is the point of setting the tolerance. Moreover, I do understand that using Message Class settings we can set the message to a warning or error.
Does a breach in any tolerance lead to a block automatically during MIRO?
Thanks and Regards