Define Rules for Rental Agreement Header

This document explains how you adjust the settings for working with agreement headers.

These settings are used when you want to customize the adjustment or entry of rental agreement headers.

Outcome

You have overridden information from the agreement order type, which otherwise regulates the panel sequence and agreement type.

You can register several agreement headers in the same way.

The file SYSTR is updated.

Before you start

Basic data for rental agreement must have been entered.

Follow These Steps

  1. Start ‘Rental Agreement. Open (STS100).

  2. Press F13 to proceed to the P panel.

    Select Between Adjusting and Creating a Rental Agreement

  3. Select one of the following alternatives:

    • To define rules for entering rental agreement header, go to step 5.
    • To adjust an existing agreement, go to step 4.
  4. Enter B in the opening panel field. Go to step 10 to indicate the panel sequence.

  5. Enter A in the opening panel field.

  6. Indicate whether you want to confirm entries in (STS100/A).

  7. Enter in the Line and Position field, the row and position that you want to cursor to be placed in every time you start (STS100/A).

  8. Indicate the panel sequence, which is to be proposed each time that you start (STS100).

  9. Indicate whether the agreement order type entered above should override the settings for the customer in ‘Customer. Open’ (CRS610).

Parameters to Set

Program ID/Panel Field The field indicates …

(STS100/P)

Opening panel

… the first panel to be displayed. The panel selected is valid until changed by the user.

(STS100/P)

Confirm with Enter

… whether the values specified during a new entry in (STS100) should be confirmed by pressing Enter.

To consider:

If the current field is activated, changes in the fields on (STS100/A) will need to be confirmed with Enter.

(STS100/P)

Agreement order type

… the agreement order type to be proposed when a new rental agreement is created in (STS100).

The agreement order type is a combined identity for a number of rules, which control how the agreement will be handled during entry and beyond in the order flow.

To consider:

The ‘Override agreement order type’ field below must be activated for the change of agreement order type to take place.

(STS100/P)

Line

… whether the cursor is positioned on a particular row, in a particular field, when you start (STS100/A).

To Consider:

For this setting to work, the Row field must be used in conjunction with the Position field below.

For more information, see the table and explanation below.

(STS100/P)

Position

… whether the cursor is to be positioned in a particular vertical position in a particular field when you start (STS100/A).

To consider:

For this setting to work, the Position field must be used in conjunction with the Line field above.

For more information, see the table and explanation below.

   

Line/position settings for the different fields:

   

Option 5/18

   

Agreement number 6/18

   

Agreement Customer 7/18

   

Customer Site 8/18

   

Address number 9/18

   

Payer 9/18

   

Valid from 10/18

   

Number of Periods 11/18

   

Customer order number 12/18

   

Facility 14/18

   

Agreement order type 15/18

   

Panel sequence 17/18

(STS100/P)

Address line city

… the address line in the customer site that contains the customer’s city.

(STS100/P)

Panel sequence

… the panels to be displayed and their relative order of appearance in (STS100).

The valid alternatives are:

E = Detail panel for agreement customer, currency, reference persons and customer’s order number.

F = User-defined fields rental.

T = Text per agreement header

1 = (STS101)

4 = (STS810).

(STS100/P)

Override order type

… whether the agreement type proposed from the agreement order type should be ignored when entering rental agreements.

(STS100/P)

Date format

… which date format is to be used in the agreement.

The valid alternatives are:

YMD = YYMMDD (year, month, day)

DMY = DDMMYY (day, month, year)

MDY = MMDDYY (month, day, year)

YWD = YYWWD (year, week, weekday).

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