Additional custom Due dates can be defined in the SAP Connector. A due date checks the difference between the Actual date of the event and the Expected date of the event. To create a proper due date, you must define both the Actual date and the Expected date for the due date. Optionally you can specify a Due date amount and/or a Time bin.
The actual date is the event end of the activity related to the due date. You must create a record expression which looks for the event end of the activity related to the due date.
If the expected date of a due date per activity is not known, you can calculate it based on other fields. You must create a record expression that determines a certain date of an activity, for example Approve invoice) and calculate the expected date, for example by adding a number of days to the approve invoice date.
The due date amount is often referring to a penalty or a discount. Optionally, you can create an expression to specify a due date amount in the
The time bin is a description indicating whether the due date was met on time or not.
Optionally, you can create an expression to specify a time bin in the
Follow these steps to add a due date.
Go to your Workspace and edit the
Add the due date to the file.
In the SAP Connector, reload the
Create an expression that defines the actual date for due date in Due dates folder in the
Create an expression that calculates the expected date for due date in Due dates folder in the
Optionally, create an expression for the due date amount and/or for the time bin in the
Add the new due date to the case statement of the
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