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How To Make The Condition That Components Should Be Selected From All Option Classes? (Doc ID 2270135.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 31, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Product Hub - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, Manage Item Structure / Pack

How to Make the Condition that components should be selected from all option classes?

1 PTO model Item has three Option Classes. Each Option classes having multiple Components. Client wants the Model should contain at least 1 item from each option class and it should not allow to choose multiple components from the Same option class.

To control selecting multiple components from the same option classes, we used configurator rule however could not able to succeed to have components from each option Class.

Configurator rule:

'BD-000-ORDR'.'F-COMP1'.SelectedCount() < 2 AND 'BD-000-ORDR'.'S-COMP1'.SelectedCount() < 2 AND 'BD-000-ORDR'.'P-COMP1'.SelectedCount() < 2;
'BD-000-ORDR'.'F-COMP1'.SelectedCount() > 0 AND 'BD-000-ORDR'.'S-COMP1'.SelectedCount() > 0 AND 'BD-000-ORDR'.'P-COMP1'.SelectedCount() > 0;

By using the above rule, it is not allowing to choose multiple components from the same option class.

However if the user did not select any component from the Option class, then by default it is enabling one component with minimum quantity entered in the Structure.

User should select one component from each option class and not more than that.


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