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Jumps

Jumps are links to related Objects in the Object model. By adding a Jump you change the Start Object of your Angle. This way you can investigate further when you find an issue.

You can create two types of Jumps based on:

  • Structure of the Object model - For example, from an Angle with sales document headers, you can jump to the related customer objects or to the related sales document items.

  • Calculations made by Angles for SAP - These Jumps follow the process flow instead of the structure of the Object model. For example, from an Angle with work orders, you can jump to the related delivery or dependent orders.

When you add a Jump to an Angle or a Display, it is executed and included in the Angle or the Display definition. The start object changes into the object you selected for the Jump. The next time you execute the item, the Jump will be executed as well.

Note: Add a Jump only when further investigation is required on a regular basis. If the information can also be obtained by making the object you want to Jump to the start object for a new Angle, create a new Angle.

Note: Always make sure that you save the Angle under a different name when you include a Jump.

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Jumps

Jumps are links to related Objects in the Object model. By adding a Jump you change the Start Object of your Angle. This way you can investigate further when you find an issue.

You can create two types of Jumps based on:

  • Structure of the Object model - For example, from an Angle with sales document headers, you can jump to the related customer objects or to the related sales document items.

  • Calculations made by Angles for SAP - These Jumps follow the process flow instead of the structure of the Object model. For example, from an Angle with work orders, you can jump to the related delivery or dependent orders.

When you add a Jump to an Angle or a Display, it is executed and included in the Angle or the Display definition. The start object changes into the object you selected for the Jump. The next time you execute the item, the Jump will be executed as well.

Note: Add a Jump only when further investigation is required on a regular basis. If the information can also be obtained by making the object you want to Jump to the start object for a new Angle, create a new Angle.

Note: Always make sure that you save the Angle under a different name when you include a Jump.

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