The Configurator Choice Combinations page allows you to control how choices affect each other. You can exclude or include choices for other options based on a choice that is selected. See the table below for details on how to configure the combinations.
Configurator Choice Combination Table
The following table allows you to specify rules on how choices affect one another.
Used internally by the system.
Affected Choice Code
The choice that will be affected by the rule.
Affected Configuration Option
The configuration option that will be affected by the rule.
The order the rule is evaluated in.
Determines the level of user interaction when the rule is triggered. The options are:
Performs the changes to the affected choice without user interaction.
Confirms the changes with the user and allows the user to override the rule.
Confirms the change with the user, but does not let the user override the rule.
The type of change that the rule will trigger. The options are:
Prevents the affected choice from being used.
Causes the affected choice to be selected.
Changes the quantity of the affected choice.
Item Category Code
The type of item this rule applies to.
Maximum Selected Quantity
The maximum quantity of the affected choice required to trigger the rule.
Minimum Selected Quantity
The minimum quantity of the affected choice required to trigger the rule.
New Affected Quantity
The quantity to apply to the affected choice
New Qty. Calculation Formula
Used to calculate the new quantity for the affected choice. See the Child Qty. Calculation Formula field for information on how to define formulas.
Qty. Rounding Precision
The rounding precision to use with the quantity change, using NAV conventions (e.g., “0.01” rounds to two decimal places).
Selected Choice Code
The specific choice being edited to trigger the rule.
Selected Configuration Option
The configuration option that’s being modified to trigger the rule.