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Objects

Angles for SAP structures your SAP data and combines it into groups of related data sets. These data sets are called objects. The objects and the relations between them form the object model that underlies Angles for SAP. An Angles for SAP object consists of a set of SAP fields and/or a set of calculated fields (see Fields).

Every object has been assigned to one or more Business processes. You can find an overview of all the available objects in the Object List. The most important objects and the relations between them are presented in the Object Diagram. An object can be used as a starting point for an Angle. The object on which an Angle is based is called the start object.

If you choose to use the Activity Diagram as a starting point for your Angle, the object most closely related to your chosen activity is used as the start object for your Angle.

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Objects

Angles for SAP structures your SAP data and combines it into groups of related data sets. These data sets are called objects. The objects and the relations between them form the object model that underlies Angles for SAP. An Angles for SAP object consists of a set of SAP fields and/or a set of calculated fields (see Fields).

Every object has been assigned to one or more Business processes. You can find an overview of all the available objects in the Object List. The most important objects and the relations between them are presented in the Object Diagram. An object can be used as a starting point for an Angle. The object on which an Angle is based is called the start object.

If you choose to use the Activity Diagram as a starting point for your Angle, the object most closely related to your chosen activity is used as the start object for your Angle.

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