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This class represents the entity "A_InspPlanOpCharacteristic" of service "API_INSPECTIONPLAN_SRV". This service is part of the following communication scenarios: Inspection Master Data Integration (SAP_COM_0110). See https://api.sap.com/api/API_INSPECTIONPLAN_SRV for more information.

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  • Entity
    • InspPlanOpCharacteristic

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Protected _customFields

_customFields: MapType<any>

A mapper representing custom fields in an entity. Custom fields are represented by their field names and the corresponding values. A custom field can be added or updated using setCustomField method.

Protected _versionIdentifier

_versionIdentifier: string

The current ETag version of the entity in the remote system. The ETag identified the version of the in the remote system. It will be automatically set in the "if-match" header of update requests and can be set as a custom header for delete requests. When no ETag is provided by the remote system the value of this variable defaults to "*".

Optional billOfOperationsVersion

billOfOperationsVersion: undefined | string

Routing Version. A routing version is a consistent model of a product's operations and operation activities. You can make changes to a new routing version until it is released. Released routing versions can be used in production execution and cannot be changed. If you want to make changes to a routing version, you can create a new routing version and then you can make the necessary changes. Maximum length: 4.

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booCharacteristic

booCharacteristic: string

Inspection Characteristic Number. The number that explicitly identifies an inspection characteristic within an operation in an inspection plan. Maximum length: 4.

booCharacteristicVersion

booCharacteristicVersion: string

Internal counter. Identifies the activity posting. Maximum length: 8.

Optional booCharcHasInspSpecReference

booCharcHasInspSpecReference: undefined | false | true

Boolean Variable (X = True, - = False, Space = Unknown).

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Optional booCharcSampleQuantity

booCharcSampleQuantity: BigNumber

Sample Quantity Factor for Sample(Mult. Sample Unit of Msr.). Factor for calculating the sample unit. The sample unit is the product of the following factors: Base sample quantity and the sample unit of measure.To inspect a characteristic, 100 ml are needed. In this case:Sample unit of measure = mlBase sample quantity = 100Sample unit = 100mlIf the sampling procedure that is defined for the characteristic stipulates that 5 individual samples are needed, the sample unit is multiplied by five. As a result, 5 x 100 ml must be drawn to inspect this characteristic.Sample quantity = 500 ml.

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booOpInternalVersionCounter

booOpInternalVersionCounter: string

Internal counter. Identifies the activity posting. Maximum length: 8.

booOperationInternalId

booOperationInternalId: string

Number of the Task List Node. Maximum length: 8.

Optional booOperationPrtInternalId

booOperationPrtInternalId: undefined | string

Assigned Test Equipment. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional changeNumber

changeNumber: undefined | string

Change Number. Number used to uniquely identify a change master record. If you make a change with reference to a change number, or create anobject with a change number, the following functions are at your disposal:The system determines the effectivity parametersThe conditions that the change is effective under can be defined in the change master record as follows:Changes with a date effectivity (valid from date)Changes with parameter effectivity (for example: serial no. effectivity)Log of the changes madeDocumentation for the changesRevision level to indicate the change status of a material or documentChanges released for the different areas in the company. Maximum length: 12.

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Optional changedDateTime

changedDateTime: Moment

UTC Time Stamp in Short Form (YYYYMMDDhhmmss). The UTC time stamp is the date and time relative to UTC (Universal Coordinated Time). To standardize local times in a UTC time stamp and thus make them comparable with other times, these local times need to be converted using your time zone and the ABAP command convert.Even if the system is able to determine the time zone from Customizing or master data, you shoul save the time zone redundantly here.The internal structure of the UTC time stamp is subdivided into a date part and a time part in packed number format <YYYYMMDDhhmmss>. You can also use the high resolution UTC time stamp (10^-7 seconds).

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Optional createdByUser

createdByUser: undefined | string

User Who Created Record. Name of user who created the record. Maximum length: 12.

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Optional creationDate

creationDate: Moment

Date Record Created On. Date on which the record was created.

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Optional inspCharacteristicSampleUnit

inspCharacteristicSampleUnit: undefined | string

Sample Unit of Measure. The base unit of measure that is used to determine a sample for a characteristic. The unit in which a sample is measured.To permit this unit of measure to be converted into the material unit of measure when the system selects the inspection specifications for an inspection lot, you must have maintained the conversion factors in the material master record100 ml are needed to inspect a characteristic. In this case, the sample unit of measure is ml. Maximum length: 3.

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Optional inspResultIsDocumentationRqd

inspResultIsDocumentationRqd: undefined | string

Documentation Required for Inspection Results. Determines whether and how inspection results are to be documented with additional text when they are recorded. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecAdditionalCatalog2

inspSpecAdditionalCatalog2: undefined | string

Catalog Type of Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. Main category by which code groups and codes are classified according to their contents (e.g. characteristic attributes, defect types, usage decisions). If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.NOTEYou CANNOT assign selected sets from catalog type 1 to quantitative characteristics or to qualitative characteristics for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecAdditionalCatalog3

inspSpecAdditionalCatalog3: undefined | string

Catalog Type of Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. Main category by which code groups and codes are classified according to their contents (e.g. characteristic attributes, defect types, usage decisions). If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.NOTEYou CANNOT assign selected sets from catalog type 1 to quantitative characteristics or to qualitative characteristics for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecAdditionalCatalog4

inspSpecAdditionalCatalog4: undefined | string

Catalog Type of Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. Main category by which code groups and codes are classified according to their contents (e.g. characteristic attributes, defect types, usage decisions). If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.NOTEYou CANNOT assign selected sets from catalog type 1 to quantitative characteristics or to qualitative characteristics for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecAdditionalCatalog5

inspSpecAdditionalCatalog5: undefined | string

Catalog Type of Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. Main category by which code groups and codes are classified according to their contents (e.g. characteristic attributes, defect types, usage decisions). If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.NOTEYou CANNOT assign selected sets from catalog type 1 to quantitative characteristics or to qualitative characteristics for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup2

inspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup2: undefined | string

Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. If you are processing a qualitative inspection characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is set, you can assign up to 5 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method. If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.Catalog types 2,3,4,5 are also used in defects recording:If you record defects with reference to an inspection characteristic, you can limit the allowed catalog confirmations by predefining code groups or selected sets. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup3

inspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup3: undefined | string

Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. If you are processing a qualitative inspection characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is set, you can assign up to 5 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method. If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.Catalog types 2,3,4,5 are also used in defects recording:If you record defects with reference to an inspection characteristic, you can limit the allowed catalog confirmations by predefining code groups or selected sets. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup4

inspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup4: undefined | string

Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. If you are processing a qualitative inspection characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is set, you can assign up to 5 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method. If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.Catalog types 2,3,4,5 are also used in defects recording:If you record defects with reference to an inspection characteristic, you can limit the allowed catalog confirmations by predefining code groups or selected sets. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup5

inspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup5: undefined | string

Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. If you are processing a qualitative inspection characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is set, you can assign up to 5 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method. If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.Catalog types 2,3,4,5 are also used in defects recording:If you record defects with reference to an inspection characteristic, you can limit the allowed catalog confirmations by predefining code groups or selected sets. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet2

inspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet2: undefined | string

Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. If you are processing a qualitative inspection characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is set, you can assign up to 5 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method. If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.Catalog types 2,3,4,5 are also used in defects recording:If you record defects with reference to an inspection characteristic, you can limit the allowed catalog confirmations by predefining code groups or selected sets. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet3

inspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet3: undefined | string

Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. If you are processing a qualitative inspection characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is set, you can assign up to 5 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method. If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.Catalog types 2,3,4,5 are also used in defects recording:If you record defects with reference to an inspection characteristic, you can limit the allowed catalog confirmations by predefining code groups or selected sets. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet4

inspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet4: undefined | string

Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. If you are processing a qualitative inspection characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is set, you can assign up to 5 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method. If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.Catalog types 2,3,4,5 are also used in defects recording:If you record defects with reference to an inspection characteristic, you can limit the allowed catalog confirmations by predefining code groups or selected sets. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet5

inspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet5: undefined | string

Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. If you are processing a qualitative inspection characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is set, you can assign up to 5 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method. If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.Catalog types 2,3,4,5 are also used in defects recording:If you record defects with reference to an inspection characteristic, you can limit the allowed catalog confirmations by predefining code groups or selected sets. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant2

inspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant2: undefined | string

Plant of the Assigned Selected Set. Key that uniquely identifies the plant assigned to the selected set. Selected sets are defined at the plant level.Therefore you must enter a plant for each selected set that you assign to a master record.If you select a selected set from a list of catalog entries, the system automatically copies the selected set and the plant.Do not enter a plant for a code group that you have assigned to a master record. Maximum length: 4.

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Optional inspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant3

inspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant3: undefined | string

Plant of the Assigned Selected Set. Key that uniquely identifies the plant assigned to the selected set. Selected sets are defined at the plant level.Therefore you must enter a plant for each selected set that you assign to a master record.If you select a selected set from a list of catalog entries, the system automatically copies the selected set and the plant.Do not enter a plant for a code group that you have assigned to a master record. Maximum length: 4.

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Optional inspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant4

inspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant4: undefined | string

Plant of the Assigned Selected Set. Key that uniquely identifies the plant assigned to the selected set. Selected sets are defined at the plant level.Therefore you must enter a plant for each selected set that you assign to a master record.If you select a selected set from a list of catalog entries, the system automatically copies the selected set and the plant.Do not enter a plant for a code group that you have assigned to a master record. Maximum length: 4.

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Optional inspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant5

inspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant5: undefined | string

Plant of the Assigned Selected Set. Key that uniquely identifies the plant assigned to the selected set. Selected sets are defined at the plant level.Therefore you must enter a plant for each selected set that you assign to a master record.If you select a selected set from a list of catalog entries, the system automatically copies the selected set and the plant.Do not enter a plant for a code group that you have assigned to a master record. Maximum length: 4.

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Optional inspSpecCharcCategory

inspSpecCharcCategory: undefined | string

Characteristic Category. In this field you determine if and when a characteristic is inspected. You can make the following entries:Optional characteristicThis characteristic can be inspected, if necessary. You do not have to record results for this characteristic.Conditional characteristic (when the previous characteristic has been accepted)This characteristic must be inspected if the previous required characteristic was accepted.Conditional characteristic (when the previous characteristic has been rejected)This characteristic must be inspected when the previous required characteristic was rejected.Required characteristicThis characteristic must be inspected. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecControlIndicators

inspSpecControlIndicators: undefined | string

Cntrl Indicator String for Insp. Char./Master Insp. Char. A characteristic is defined with this control indicator string. It contains indicators for: plan default valuesresults recordinginspection processing. Maximum length: 30.

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Optional inspSpecDecimalPlaces

inspSpecDecimalPlaces: undefined | number

Number of Places to the Right of a Decimal Point (Accuracy). In this field, you define the accuracy (number of decimal places), to which the value is calculated.

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Optional inspSpecDefectCodeGrpRejection

inspSpecDefectCodeGrpRejection: undefined | string

Defect Code Group for General Rejection. Code group from the defect catalog (catalog type 9) that is assigned to an inspection characteristic. The code group and code defined here are used during results recording if the inspection characteristic is rejected or the sample is used to:Determine the defect classGenerate the defect data recordThis is the case if no alternative codes for a rejection with reference to an upper or lower specification limit are maintained.You must enter both a code group and a code from the defect catalog.You can use the possible entries function to display a list of code groups and codes from which you can then select an entry. You can view the individual codes in a code group by double-clicking the symbol beside the group with the left mouse button. The code and code group are also transferred when you select a code.NoteIf the control indicator for defects recording is set and you do not enter the code group and code, a warning is issued when the data is maintained.If the inspection characteristic or sample is rejected during results recording, the manual defects recording function is called up automatically. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspSpecDefectCodeGrpRjcnLower

inspSpecDefectCodeGrpRjcnLower: undefined | string

Defect Code Group for Rejection at Lower Tolerance. Code group from the defect catalog (catalog type 9) that was assigned to a quantitative characteristic with a lower specification limit. The code group and code are used during results recording if the inspection characteristic or sample is rejected on the basis of a lower specification limit.Such a rejection on the basis of a lower specification limit can occur when you make a:Valuation based on specification limits with and without an acceptance factorValuation according to the action limits of a mean value chartYou can only make an entry in this field for a quantitative characteristic, for which the control indicator for the lower specification limit has been set.You must enter both a code group and a code from the defect catalog.You can use the possible entries function to display a list of code groups and codes from which you can then select an entry. You can view the individual codes in a code group by double-clicking the symbol beside the group with the left mouse button. The code and code group are also transferred when you select a code.If you do not enter a code group or code for a rejection of the inspection characteristic at the lower specification limit, the code for a general rejection will be used during results recording if the inspection characteristic or sample is rejected.If the control indicator for defects recording is set for the inspection characteristic in the task list or for the master inspection characteristic, exactly one defect data record will always be created in the event of a rejection. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspSpecDefectCodeGrpRjcnUpper

inspSpecDefectCodeGrpRjcnUpper: undefined | string

Defect Code Group for Rejection at Upper Tolerance. Code group from the defect catalog (catalog type 9) that has been assigned to a quantitative characteristic with an upper specification limit. This code group and code are used, if the inspection characteristic or sample is rejected on the basis of an upper specification limit during results recording.A rejection on the basis of an upper specification limit can occur when you make a:Valuation based on the specification limits with and without an acceptance factorValuation based on the action limits of a mean value chartYou can only make an entry in this field for quantitative characteristics, for which the control indicator for the upper specification limit has been set.You must enter both a code group and a code from the defect catalog.You can use the possible entries function to display a list of code groups and codes from which you can then select an entry. You can view the individual codes in a code group by double-clicking the symbol beside the group with the left mouse button. The code and code group are also transferred when you select a code.If you do not enter a code group and code for the inspection characteristic and it is rejected at the upper specification limit, the code for a general rejection will be used during results recording if the inspection characteristic or sample is rejected.If the control indicator for defects recording is set for the inspection characteristic in the task list or for the master inspection characteristic, exactly one defect data record will always be created in the event of a rejection. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspSpecDefectCodeRejection

inspSpecDefectCodeRejection: undefined | string

Defect Code for Rejection: General. Code from a code group in the defect catalog (catalog type 9) that is assigned to an inspection characteristic. The code group and code defined here are used during results recording if the inspection characteristic is rejected or the sample is used to:Determine the defect classGenerate the defect data recordThis is the case if no alternative codes for a rejection with reference to an upper or lower specification limit are maintained.You must enter both a code group and a code from the defect catalog.You can use the possible entries function to display a list of code groups and codes from which you can then select an entry. You can view the individual codes in a code group by double-clicking the symbol beside the group with the left mouse button. The code and code group are also transferred when you select a code.NoteIf the control indicator for defects recording is set and you do not enter the code group and code, a warning is issued when the data is maintained.If the inspection characteristic or sample is rejected during results recording, the manual defects recording function is called up automatically. Maximum length: 4.

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Optional inspSpecDefectCodeRjcnLower

inspSpecDefectCodeRjcnLower: undefined | string

Defect Code for Rejection at Lower Specification Limit. Code from a code group in the defect catalog (catalog type 9) that has been assigned to a quantitative characteristic with a lower specification limit. The code group and code are used if the inspection characteristic or sample is rejected on the basis of a lower specification limit during results recording.Such a rejection on the basis of a lower specification limit can occur when you make a:Valuation based on the specification limits with and without acceptance factorValuation according to the action limits of a mean value chartYou can only make an entry in this field for a quantitative characteristic, for which the control indicator for the lower specification limit has been set.You must enter both a code group and a code from the defect catalog.You can use the possible entries function to display a list of code groups and codes from which you can then select an entry. You can view the individual codes in a code group by double-clicking the symbol beside the group with the left mouse button. The code and code group are also transferred when you select a code.If the control indicator for defects recording is set in the inspection characteristic, exactly one defect data record will always be created in the event of a rejection. The defect code for a rejection at the lower specification limit takes precedence over the defect code for a general rejection. If you do not enter a code group or a code for a rejection at the lower specification limit , the code for a general rejection is used during results recording if the inspection characteristic or sample is rejected. Maximum length: 4.

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Optional inspSpecDefectCodeRjcnUpper

inspSpecDefectCodeRjcnUpper: undefined | string

Defect Code for Rejection at Upper Specification Limit. Code from a code group in the defect catalog (catalog type 9) that has been assigned to a quantitative characteristic with an upper specification limit. The code group and code are used if the inspection characteristic or sample is rejected on the basis of an upper specification limit during results recording.Such a rejection on the basis of an upper specification limit can occur when you make a:Valuation based on the specification limits with and without acceptance factorValuation according to the action limits of a mean value chartYou can only make an entry in this field for a quantitative characteristic, for which the control indicator for the upper specification limit has been set.You must enter both a code group and a code from the defect catalog.You can use the possible entries function to display a list of code groups and codes from which you can then select an entry. You can view the individual codes in a code group by double-clicking the symbol beside the group with the left mouse button. The code and code group are also transferred when you select a code.If the control indicator for defects recording is set in the inspection characteristic, exactly one defect data record is always created in the event of a rejection. The defect code for a rejection at the upper specification limit takes precedence over the defect code for a general rejection. If you do not enter a code group or code for a rejection at the upper specification limit for the inspection characteristic, the code for a general rejection is used during results recording if the inspection characteristic or sample is rejected. Maximum length: 4.

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Optional inspSpecHasFixedCtrlIndicators

inspSpecHasFixedCtrlIndicators: undefined | string

Default Control Indicators Cannot Be Changed. Set this indicator to specify that the control indicators that were defined for the inspection characteristic using a control key cannot be changed. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecHasLowerLimit

inspSpecHasLowerLimit: undefined | string

Value Not Initial if Set. For every numeric field there is a corresponding field that denotes whether the value is initial or not, in order to differentiate between null and the initial value. If this indicator is set, then the value of the corresponding numeric field is not initial. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecHasTargetValue

inspSpecHasTargetValue: undefined | string

Value Not Initial if Set. For every numeric field there is a corresponding field that denotes whether the value is initial or not, in order to differentiate between null and the initial value. If this indicator is set, then the value of the corresponding numeric field is not initial. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecHasUpperLimit

inspSpecHasUpperLimit: undefined | string

Value Not Initial if Set. For every numeric field there is a corresponding field that denotes whether the value is initial or not, in order to differentiate between null and the initial value. If this indicator is set, then the value of the corresponding numeric field is not initial. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecImportanceCode

inspSpecImportanceCode: undefined | string

Weighting of Characteristic. Classification of inspection characteristics according to their weighting (importance). By choosing the corresponding entry, you can classify the inspection characteristic as a critical characteristic, major characteristic, or minor characteristic. Maximum length: 2.

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Optional inspSpecInformationField1

inspSpecInformationField1: undefined | string

Text Line for Additional Information. This field is used to store information only. The system does not use the contents of this field. Its only purpose is to provide a place to store information that is relevant to an object, such as an inspection method or a master inspection characteristic. Maximum length: 10.

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Optional inspSpecInformationField2

inspSpecInformationField2: undefined | string

Text Line for Additional Information. This field is used to store information only. The system does not use the contents of this field. Its only purpose is to provide a place to store information that is relevant to an object, such as an inspection method or a master inspection characteristic. Maximum length: 20.

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Optional inspSpecInformationField3

inspSpecInformationField3: undefined | string

Text Line for Additional Information. This field is used to store information only. The system does not use the contents of this field. Its only purpose is to provide a place to store information that is relevant to an object, such as an inspection method or a master inspection characteristic. Maximum length: 40.

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Optional inspSpecIsChgDocRequired

inspSpecIsChgDocRequired: undefined | string

Create Change Documents During Results Recording. If you set this indicator, change documents are created for this inspection characteristic when results are recorded based on characteristics. The change documents are only created when editing of the inspection characteristic is completed (status 5) or the indicator for the immediate creation of change documents is set.In any case, the prerequisite for creating the documents is saving to the database. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsControlChartUsed

inspSpecIsControlChartUsed: undefined | string

SPC Characteristic. If you set this indicator, a control chart is run for this characteristic. If you set this indicator, you must also set the "Sampling procedure" indicator.You must then enter an SPC criterion and a sampling procedure with a control chart type in the task list for the SPC characteristic. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsDefectsRecgAutomatic

inspSpecIsDefectsRecgAutomatic: undefined | string

Defects Recording Automatically Called Up. If you set this indicator and an inspection characteristic is rejected during results recording, the function for recording defects for a characteristic is automatically called up. In this situation, a distinction must be made between the following cases: Defects recording in the backgroundA prerequisite for recording defects in the background is that you must define defect codes in the inspection characteristic.You can specify three defect codes for a quantitative characteristic:A defect code for a general rejectionA defect code for a rejection at an upper specification limitA defect code for a rejection at a lower specification limitIn the case of a qualitative characteristic, you must define the defect code for a general rejection.Defects recording in dialogDefects recording is always executed in dialog for the following cases:If the system does not set a default defect codeIf the confirmation profile contains fields that require an entryWhen you record results using a subsystem, you can only record defects automatically in the background. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsDestructive

inspSpecIsDestructive: undefined | string

Destructive Inspection. You set this indicator for inspection characteristics whose inspection samples will be destroyed when you inspect the characteristics. When you make the usage decision, the system calculates the quantity of materials destroyed and makes a proposal for the stock posting To sample usage. The system takes all inspection characteristics into consideration corresponding to the actual sample size for which the indicator Destructive insp. is set and for which inspection results have been recorded (up to the point of the calculation). This may include optional characteristics, skipped characteristics, long-term characteristics, and unplanned characteristics.For the stock posting, the system proposes only the part of the destroyed quantity that exceeds the amount already posted to sample usage.For example, you set the indicator for an additive sample if the inspection of an inspection characteristic is destructive. In this case, the indicator causes the sample quantity to be increased by the amount needed to inspect this characteristic.If you inspect only one inspection characteristic destructively and you inspect this characteristic last, you should not set the indicator Additive sample for the characteristic.You must set the indicator Additive sample if you inspect more than one inspection characteristic destructively and if you can only inspect one of these characteristics for a partial sample.If several characteristics contribute to the destruction of the inspection sample, you can combine these characteristics for a partial sample.A simple exampleFour characteristics are inspected. The inspection of characteristics 1, 3, and 4 is destructive. The indicator Additive sample was set for characteristic 4.Charac. Destructive Additive To be insp. Inspected1 x 10 * 1 pc 5 * 1 pc2 10 * 1 pc 10 * 1 pc3 x 10 * 1 pc 10 * 1 pc4 x x 4 * 12 pc 5 * 12 pcIn calculating the destroyed quantity, the system only considers the actual inspected sample size specified in results recording ("Inspected" column) and not the sample quantity to be inspected specified in the inspection instruction ("To be inspected" column).When you make the usage decision, the system determines a destroyed quantity of 70 pieces and proposes they be posted to sample usage. Characteristics 1 and 3 are combined, since they are not marked as additive.Extended example with material samples, long-term characteristics, and different units of measureThe unit of measure for the lot is PIECES; the following conversion factors are stored in the material master record:4 pieces = 3 l8 pieces = 9 kgIn the inspection plan, it is defined that characteristics 1, 3, 4, and 6 (material sample 100) are to be inspected in laboratory 1 and characteristics 2, 5, and 7 in laboratory 2 (material sample 200).Charac. Mat.Sample Destructive Additive Inspected1 100 x x 5 * 100 ml2 200 x 1 * 1 kg3 100 x x 5 * 100 ml4 100 x x 4 * 100 ml5 200 x 4 * 1 kg6 100 x x ----7 200 x ----After inspecting characteristics 1 through 5, the destructive quantity consists of 1400 ml and 4 kg, which is rounded off to 6 pieces. When you make the usage decision, the system proposes that 6 pieces be posted to sample usage.You then record the results for long-term characteristics 6 and 7 and change the usage decision.Charac. Mat.Sample Destructive Additive Inspected6 100 x x 8 * 100 ml7 200 x 2 * 1 kgThe destroyed quantity now consists of 2200 ml and 4 kg, which is rounded off to 7 pieces.When you make the usage decision, the system proposes 1 piece to be posted to sample usage, since 6 pieces have already been posted to sample usage.NoteYou can use user exit QEVA0009 to individually calculate and predefine the quantity to be posted to sample usage. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsLongTermInspection

inspSpecIsLongTermInspection: undefined | string

Long-Term Inspection. If you set this indicator, the characteristic is subject to a long-term inspection. If you set this indicator for at least one required characteristic, you can distinguish between "Short-term inspection completion" and a final completion of the inspection (status: Inspection close completed).Optional characteristics only work as long-term characteristics, when they are set for processing before inspection completion.You activate a long-term inspection by confirming the inspection completion for the short-term characteristics. This occurs either in conjunction with the making of the usage decision, or by calling up the special function "Short-term inspection completed."In a long-term inspection:There can already be a usage decision for the inspected material during the long-term inspectionYou can still record inspection results for long-term characteristics, once you have made the usage decisionThe system sets a separate status in the inspection lot to identify the long-term inspection and it provides special worklists and workflow tasks for this purposeIf you want to copy inspection results from a long-term inspection into a batch valuation, note that the data is transferred when the following events occur:Results from a short-term inspection are transferred as soon as the statuses "Short-term inspection completion" and "Usage decision made" are set.Results from a long-term inspection are transferred as soon as the statuses "Long-term inspection completion" and "Usage decision made" are setThis means that you must confirm or correct a usage decision, if it has been made after a short-term inspection. To do this, use the change transaction, a relevant worklist or an appropriate workflow task. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsLowerLimitRequired

inspSpecIsLowerLimitRequired: undefined | string

Lower Specification Limit. If you set this indicator, you must enter a lower specification limit for the inspection characteristic. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsMeasuredValueRqd

inspSpecIsMeasuredValueRqd: undefined | string

Measured Values Must Be Recorded. If you set this indicator, measured values for this quantitative characteristic have to be inspected and confirmed. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsQuantitative

inspSpecIsQuantitative: undefined | string

Quantitative Characteristic. If you set this indicator, it causes the characteristic to be treated as a quantitative characteristic. You thereby define the control indicators that are relevant for the inspection characteristic. A quantitative characteristic is subject to measurement inspections. You can define tolerance limits and a target value for a quantitative characteristic. Set the indicator for the characteristic type (quantitative or qualitative) or enter a control key.If you used a control key, for which the "fixed" indicator is set in Customizing, you cannot change the indicator for the characteristic type. In addition, you cannot delete this indicator or enter another control key. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsSampleQtyAdditive

inspSpecIsSampleQtyAdditive: undefined | string

Inspection Sample Quantity Is Added. If you set this indicator, it causes the size of the partial sample to be increased by the quantity required for this characteristic in inspection sample calculation. If a partial sample is to be used for several characteristics, it contains the total sample quantity required for all the characteristics.The system calculates the sample quantity for each characteristic. For a partial sample that is used for several characteristics, the system takes the largest determined sample quantity as the partial sample quantity.If you set the Additive sample indicator, the system does not include the sample quantity for this characteristic when calculating partial samples, but takes the next smallest sample quantity as the partial sample quantity and subsequently adds the sample quantity of the additive sample.You can set the indicator for an additive sample, for example, if the inspection for a characteristic is destructive.I II IIISample quantity Additive Additive AdditiveCharacteristic 1 15 pcs (X)Characteristic 2 30 pcs X XCharacteristic 3 20 pcs XTotal qty 30 pcs 50 pcs 65 pcsExample I: No indicator for additive samples is set. The system therefore determines the sample quantity for characteristic 2 as the quantity for the partial sample.Example II: The indicator for additive samples is set for characteristic 2. The system therefore determines the sample quantity of characteristic 3 as the quantity for the partial sample and increases this by the sample size of characteristic 2.Example III: The indicator for additive samples is set for characteristics 2 and 3. The system therefore determines the sample quantity of characteristic 1 as the quantity for the partial sample and increases this by the sample sizes of characteristics 2 and 3, irrespective of whether the indicator was also set for characteristic 1. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsSamplingProcedRqd

inspSpecIsSamplingProcedRqd: undefined | string

Sampling Procedure is Required. If you set this indicator, a sampling procedure must be assigned to the characteristic in the task list. If you do not assign a sampling procedure to the inspection characteristic and you do not define specifications for the inspection scope on a higher level (in the inspection setup in the Quality Management view of the material master), a 100% inspection takes place.In a 100% inspection, the unit of measure in the inspection lot or the unit of measure in the task list plays a role in determining the sample size. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsScrapRelevant

inspSpecIsScrapRelevant: undefined | string

Characteristic Relevant for Quality Score and Scrap Share. If you set this indicator, the fraction of nonconforming units for this inspection characteristic is taken into account when the share of scrap is calculated in the inspection lot. When making the usage decision, if you use a quality score that is calculated from the share of scrap in the inspection lot or characteristic, the characteristic is only used to calculate the quality score if this indicator is set. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsSelectedSetRequired

inspSpecIsSelectedSetRequired: undefined | string

Reference to Characteristic Attribute Required. If you set this indicator, the inspection characteristic is marked as an attributive characteristic, whose allowed values are defined as a selected set from catalog 1 (characteristic attributes). If you do not set this indicator, the inspection characteristic is marked as an alternative characteristic, that can only take the values "Accepted" or "Rejected". Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsTargetValueInLimit

inspSpecIsTargetValueInLimit: undefined | string

Check Target Value. If you set this indicator and either the "Upper specification limit" or "Lower specification limit" indicator, the system checks whether the target value lies within the tolerance. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsTestEquipmentRqd

inspSpecIsTestEquipmentRqd: undefined | string

Assignment of Test Equipment Required. If you set this indicator, you can assign test equipment to the inspection characteristic in the task list. If you do not make an assignment, the system displays a warning message. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecIsUpperLimitRequired

inspSpecIsUpperLimitRequired: undefined | string

Upper Specification Limit. If you set this indicator, you must enter an upper specification limit for the inspection characteristic. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecLowerLimit

inspSpecLowerLimit: undefined | number

Lower Specification Limit. Lower limiting value for the actual value of an inspection characteristic. The actual value for an inspection characteristic can be one of the following values, depending on the recording form:Mean value of summarized measured valuesSingle measured valueClass size for a value classIndividual measured values that lie below this specification limit, or value classes whose class limits are below this specification limit, are valuated as "not OK" or "R" (rejected).Mean values that lie below this specification limit are also valuated as "not OK," provided that the valuation of the inspection characteristic or sample is planned on the basis of specification limits.

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Optional inspSpecPrintControl

inspSpecPrintControl: undefined | string

Print. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecRecordingType

inspSpecRecordingType: undefined | string

Recording Type. In this field, you define whether and how single characteristic attributes (original values) are to be recorded at inspection results recording. A single value, depending on the inspection characteristic, is a measured value, an attribute code, or the valuation A (accepted) or R (rejected). Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecResultCalculation

inspSpecResultCalculation: undefined | string

Calculated Characteristic. The indicator defines the characteristic as a calculated characteristic. You set this indicator if the inspection result for an inspection characteristic is not determined through the inspection of this characteristic, but on the basis of calculations using the inspection results of other characteristics within the same operation.The SAP system supports the following functions:ABS Absolute amountNOT NegationSIN Sine functionCOS Cosine functionTAN Tangent functionLOG Logarithm for base value e (Natural logarithm)EXP Exponential function for base value eSQRT Square root functionROUND Rounding up to the whole numberTRUNC Proportion of whole numbers for a real numberMOD Modulo methodDIV Proportion of whole numbers for a divisionThe operating factors supported by the SAP system are divided into 6 levels based on their order of precedence. The operating factors in level 0 form the weakest combinations; those in level 6 the strongest. The following operating factors are available for calculation:Level 0AND Logical ANDOR Logical ORLevel 1= Equality<>, >< Inequality< Less than> Greater than<=, =< Less than or equal toLevel 2+ Positive sign (of an expression)- Negative sign (of an expression)+ Addition- SubtractionLevel 3* Multiplication/ DivisionLevel 4** ExponentiationLevel 5ABS Absolute amountNOT Negation (of a logical statement)Level 6All other functionsUser-defined formulasThe SAP system also evaluates user-defined functions that are defined in a table. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspSpecTargetValue

inspSpecTargetValue: undefined | number

Target Value for a Quantitative Characteristic. Value of a quantitative characteristic, from which the actual value of the inspection characteristic should deviate as little as possible. The target value of the characteristic is stored in this field. A target value can be, for example, a nominal value or the desired value of a technical procedure. Details of the target value are especially useful in evaluations.

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Optional inspSpecUpperLimit

inspSpecUpperLimit: undefined | number

Upper Specification Limit. Upper limit value for the actual value of an inspection characteristic. The actual value for an inspection characteristic can be one of the following values, depending on the recording form:Mean value of summarized measured valuesSingle measured valueClass size for a value classIndividual measured values that lie above this specification limit, or value classes whose class limits are above this limiting value, are valuated as "not OK" or "R" (rejected).Mean values that lie above this specification limit are also valuated as "not OK," provided the valuation of the inspection characteristic or sample is planned on the basis of specification limits.

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Optional inspToleranceSpecification

inspToleranceSpecification: undefined | string

Tolerance Key. User-defined key for tolerance specifications. This key can contain the target value, unit of measurement, accuracy, and tolerance limits.If you use a tolerance key in an inspection characteristic, the information contained in the key is copied into the inspection characteristic. Maximum length: 4.

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Optional inspectionMethod

inspectionMethod: undefined | string

Inspection Method. Name that uniquely identifies an inspection method within a plant. An inspection method describes how to inspect an inspection characteristic. You can assign an inspection method to a master inspection characteristic or directly to an inspection characteristic in an inspection plan. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspectionMethodPlant

inspectionMethodPlant: undefined | string

Plant for Inspection Method. Key, that identifies a plant. For inspection methods this plant is the planning plant, in which the inspection method was created in QM. Maximum length: 4.

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Optional inspectionMethodVersion

inspectionMethodVersion: undefined | string

Version Number of the Inspection Method. Maximum length: 6.

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inspectionPlan

inspectionPlan: string

Group Counter. This key and the task list group uniquely identify a task list. In Production Planning and Control, for example, it serves to identify alternative production processes in task lists and is used to make a distinction between similar task lists.The group counter can be used to identify different lot-size ranges, for example. Maximum length: 2.

inspectionPlanGroup

inspectionPlanGroup: string

Key for Task List Group. Key identifying a group. You can use groups, for instance, to identify two routings that have different production steps for one material.Enter the group to which you want to restrict the selection. Maximum length: 8.

inspectionPlanInternalVersion

inspectionPlanInternalVersion: string

Internal counter. Identifies the activity posting. Maximum length: 8.

Optional inspectionScope

inspectionScope: undefined | string

Inspection Scope. With this field you determine the extent, to which the number of required measured values must adhere. Maximum length: 1.

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Optional inspectionSpecification

inspectionSpecification: undefined | string

Master Inspection Characteristic. Name that uniquely identifies a master inspection characteristic within a plant. An inspection characteristic describes what is to be inspected, that is, the inspection requirements for materials, parts, and products. To simplify and standardize inspection planning, you can define master inspection characteristics that you can use in various task lists. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional inspectionSpecificationPlant

inspectionSpecificationPlant: undefined | string

Plant for the Master Inspection Characteristic. Maximum length: 4.

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Optional inspectionSpecificationText

inspectionSpecificationText: undefined | string

Short Text for Inspection Characteristic. Text of up to 40 characters that describes the object in more detail. This description is also known as short text. Maximum length: 40.

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Optional inspectionSpecificationUnit

inspectionSpecificationUnit: undefined | string

Unit of Measurement, in Which Quantitative Data Is Stored. Three-digit unit of measurement for inspection values (target value, specification limits, etc.) for a quantitative characteristic or for dependent characteristic specifications for a quantitative characteristic. The values are stored in the in this unit of measure in the database. Maximum length: 3.

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Optional inspectionSpecificationVersion

inspectionSpecificationVersion: undefined | string

Version Number of the Master Inspection Characteristic. Maximum length: 6.

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Optional inspectorQualification

inspectorQualification: undefined | string

Inspector Qualification. Qualification that an inspector must have and, if necessary, validate in order to be able to conduct an inspection. This field has no controlling function. However, your entry is checked against a list of qualifications stored in the database.You can enter an inspector qualification in an inspection method, a master inspection characteristic, or a task list.If you use a master inspection characteristic in a task list that has an inspection method assigned, the inspector qualification defined in the inspection method is used in the task list. If there is no inspector qualification in the inspection method, the qualification is taken from the master inspection characteristic. Maximum length: 5.

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Optional isDeleted

isDeleted: undefined | false | true

Deletion Indicator. Indicator showing that the BOM header or the BOM item has been deleted with reference to the change number. This indicator is relevant to changes that have been made with reference to a change number with a validity that has been specified using a new validity type.

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Optional lastChangeDate

lastChangeDate: Moment

Date on Which Data Record Was Changed. Date on which the data record was last changed. The system enters the current system date.

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Optional lastChangedByUser

lastChangedByUser: undefined | string

Name of User Who Last Changed Data Record. Name of the user who made the last change to this data record. Maximum length: 12.

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Protected remoteState

remoteState: object

The remote state of the entity. Remote state refers to the last known state of the entity on the remote system from which it has been retrieved or to which it has been posted. It is stored as map, where the keys are stored in the format of VDM properties.

Type declaration

  • [keys: string]: any

Optional samplingProcedure

samplingProcedure: undefined | string

Sampling Procedure in Inspection Characteristic. Procedure by which the sample size for an inspection is determined. In the sampling procedure, the valuation mode is also defined for the inspection result.A sampling procedure is assigned to an inspection characteristic in a task list or material specification. In addition, you can assign the procedure to an unplanned characteristic, when you record results.If you do not enter a sampling procedure for an inspection characteristic, the system chooses a sampling procedure proposed in the settings at plant level. If no sampling procedure was entered in these settings, the system takes the lot size as the sample size. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional selectedCodeSet

selectedCodeSet: undefined | string

Assigned Code Group or Selected Set. If you are processing a qualitative inspection characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is set, you can assign up to 5 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method. If you are processing a quantitative characteristic or a qualitative characteristic for which the characteristic attributes indicator is not set, you can assign up to 4 code groups or selected sets to describe the inspection characteristic or the inspection method.Catalog types 2,3,4,5 are also used in defects recording:If you record defects with reference to an inspection characteristic, you can limit the allowed catalog confirmations by predefining code groups or selected sets. Maximum length: 8.

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Optional selectedCodeSetPlant

selectedCodeSetPlant: undefined | string

Plant of the Assigned Selected Set. Key that uniquely identifies the plant assigned to the selected set. Selected sets are defined at the plant level.Therefore you must enter a plant for each selected set that you assign to a master record.If you select a selected set from a list of catalog entries, the system automatically copies the selected set and the plant.Do not enter a plant for a code group that you have assigned to a master record. Maximum length: 4.

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Optional validityEndDate

validityEndDate: Moment

Valid-to date. End of validity period of an object (such as material, BOM, or routing) in the SAP System.

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Optional validityStartDate

validityStartDate: Moment

Valid-From Date. Specifies the start date for the validity period of an object (such as material, BOM, or routing).

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versionIdentifier

versionIdentifier: string

ETag version identifier accessor.

returns

The ETag version identifier of the retrieved entity, returns undefined if not retrieved

Static ALL_FIELDS

ALL_FIELDS: AllFields<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new AllFields('*', InspPlanOpCharacteristic)

All fields selector.

Static BILL_OF_OPERATIONS_VERSION

BILL_OF_OPERATIONS_VERSION: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('BillOfOperationsVersion', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the billOfOperationsVersion property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static BOO_CHARACTERISTIC

BOO_CHARACTERISTIC: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('BOOCharacteristic', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the booCharacteristic property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static BOO_CHARACTERISTIC_VERSION

BOO_CHARACTERISTIC_VERSION: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('BOOCharacteristicVersion', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the booCharacteristicVersion property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static BOO_CHARC_HAS_INSP_SPEC_REFERENCE

BOO_CHARC_HAS_INSP_SPEC_REFERENCE: BooleanField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new BooleanField('BOOCharcHasInspSpecReference', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.Boolean')

Static representation of the booCharcHasInspSpecReference property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static BOO_CHARC_SAMPLE_QUANTITY

BOO_CHARC_SAMPLE_QUANTITY: BigNumberField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new BigNumberField('BOOCharcSampleQuantity', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.Decimal')

Static representation of the booCharcSampleQuantity property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static BOO_OPERATION_INTERNAL_ID

BOO_OPERATION_INTERNAL_ID: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('BOOOperationInternalID', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the booOperationInternalId property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static BOO_OPERATION_PRT_INTERNAL_ID

BOO_OPERATION_PRT_INTERNAL_ID: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('BOOOperationPRTInternalID', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the booOperationPrtInternalId property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static BOO_OP_INTERNAL_VERSION_COUNTER

BOO_OP_INTERNAL_VERSION_COUNTER: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('BOOOpInternalVersionCounter', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the booOpInternalVersionCounter property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static CHANGED_DATE_TIME

CHANGED_DATE_TIME: DateField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new DateField('ChangedDateTime', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.DateTimeOffset')

Static representation of the changedDateTime property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static CHANGE_NUMBER

CHANGE_NUMBER: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('ChangeNumber', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the changeNumber property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static CREATED_BY_USER

CREATED_BY_USER: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('CreatedByUser', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the createdByUser property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static CREATION_DATE

CREATION_DATE: DateField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new DateField('CreationDate', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.DateTime')

Static representation of the creationDate property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTION_METHOD

INSPECTION_METHOD: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectionMethod', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectionMethod property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTION_METHOD_PLANT

INSPECTION_METHOD_PLANT: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectionMethodPlant', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectionMethodPlant property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTION_METHOD_VERSION

INSPECTION_METHOD_VERSION: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectionMethodVersion', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectionMethodVersion property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTION_PLAN

INSPECTION_PLAN: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectionPlan', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectionPlan property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTION_PLAN_GROUP

INSPECTION_PLAN_GROUP: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectionPlanGroup', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectionPlanGroup property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTION_PLAN_INTERNAL_VERSION

INSPECTION_PLAN_INTERNAL_VERSION: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectionPlanInternalVersion', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectionPlanInternalVersion property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTION_SCOPE

INSPECTION_SCOPE: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectionScope', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectionScope property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION

INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectionSpecification', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectionSpecification property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION_PLANT

INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION_PLANT: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectionSpecificationPlant', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectionSpecificationPlant property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION_TEXT

INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION_TEXT: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectionSpecificationText', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectionSpecificationText property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION_UNIT

INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION_UNIT: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectionSpecificationUnit', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectionSpecificationUnit property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION_VERSION

INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION_VERSION: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectionSpecificationVersion', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectionSpecificationVersion property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSPECTOR_QUALIFICATION

INSPECTOR_QUALIFICATION: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspectorQualification', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspectorQualification property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_CHARACTERISTIC_SAMPLE_UNIT

INSP_CHARACTERISTIC_SAMPLE_UNIT: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspCharacteristicSampleUnit', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspCharacteristicSampleUnit property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_RESULT_IS_DOCUMENTATION_RQD

INSP_RESULT_IS_DOCUMENTATION_RQD: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspResultIsDocumentationRqd', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspResultIsDocumentationRqd property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CATALOG_2

INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CATALOG_2: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAdditionalCatalog2', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAdditionalCatalog2 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CATALOG_3

INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CATALOG_3: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAdditionalCatalog3', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAdditionalCatalog3 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CATALOG_4

INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CATALOG_4: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAdditionalCatalog4', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAdditionalCatalog4 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CATALOG_5

INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CATALOG_5: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAdditionalCatalog5', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAdditionalCatalog5 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CODE_GROUP_2

INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CODE_GROUP_2: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup2', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup2 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CODE_GROUP_3

INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CODE_GROUP_3: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup3', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup3 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CODE_GROUP_4

INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CODE_GROUP_4: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup4', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup4 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CODE_GROUP_5

INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CODE_GROUP_5: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup5', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAdditionalCodeGroup5 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_SELECTED_SET_2

INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_SELECTED_SET_2: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet2', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet2 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_SELECTED_SET_3

INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_SELECTED_SET_3: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet3', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet3 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_SELECTED_SET_4

INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_SELECTED_SET_4: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet4', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet4 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_SELECTED_SET_5

INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_SELECTED_SET_5: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet5', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAdditionalSelectedSet5 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDL_SELD_CODE_SET_PLANT_2

INSP_SPEC_ADDL_SELD_CODE_SET_PLANT_2: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant2', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant2 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDL_SELD_CODE_SET_PLANT_3

INSP_SPEC_ADDL_SELD_CODE_SET_PLANT_3: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant3', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant3 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDL_SELD_CODE_SET_PLANT_4

INSP_SPEC_ADDL_SELD_CODE_SET_PLANT_4: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant4', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant4 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_ADDL_SELD_CODE_SET_PLANT_5

INSP_SPEC_ADDL_SELD_CODE_SET_PLANT_5: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant5', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecAddlSeldCodeSetPlant5 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_CHARC_CATEGORY

INSP_SPEC_CHARC_CATEGORY: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecCharcCategory', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecCharcCategory property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_CONTROL_INDICATORS

INSP_SPEC_CONTROL_INDICATORS: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecControlIndicators', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecControlIndicators property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_DECIMAL_PLACES

INSP_SPEC_DECIMAL_PLACES: NumberField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new NumberField('InspSpecDecimalPlaces', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.Byte')

Static representation of the inspSpecDecimalPlaces property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_GRP_REJECTION

INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_GRP_REJECTION: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecDefectCodeGrpRejection', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecDefectCodeGrpRejection property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_GRP_RJCN_LOWER

INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_GRP_RJCN_LOWER: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecDefectCodeGrpRjcnLower', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecDefectCodeGrpRjcnLower property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_GRP_RJCN_UPPER

INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_GRP_RJCN_UPPER: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecDefectCodeGrpRjcnUpper', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecDefectCodeGrpRjcnUpper property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_REJECTION

INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_REJECTION: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecDefectCodeRejection', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecDefectCodeRejection property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_RJCN_LOWER

INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_RJCN_LOWER: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecDefectCodeRjcnLower', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecDefectCodeRjcnLower property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_RJCN_UPPER

INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_RJCN_UPPER: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecDefectCodeRjcnUpper', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecDefectCodeRjcnUpper property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_HAS_FIXED_CTRL_INDICATORS

INSP_SPEC_HAS_FIXED_CTRL_INDICATORS: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecHasFixedCtrlIndicators', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecHasFixedCtrlIndicators property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_HAS_LOWER_LIMIT

INSP_SPEC_HAS_LOWER_LIMIT: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecHasLowerLimit', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecHasLowerLimit property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_HAS_TARGET_VALUE

INSP_SPEC_HAS_TARGET_VALUE: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecHasTargetValue', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecHasTargetValue property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_HAS_UPPER_LIMIT

INSP_SPEC_HAS_UPPER_LIMIT: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecHasUpperLimit', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecHasUpperLimit property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IMPORTANCE_CODE

INSP_SPEC_IMPORTANCE_CODE: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecImportanceCode', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecImportanceCode property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_INFORMATION_FIELD_1

INSP_SPEC_INFORMATION_FIELD_1: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecInformationField1', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecInformationField1 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_INFORMATION_FIELD_2

INSP_SPEC_INFORMATION_FIELD_2: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecInformationField2', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecInformationField2 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_INFORMATION_FIELD_3

INSP_SPEC_INFORMATION_FIELD_3: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecInformationField3', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecInformationField3 property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_CHG_DOC_REQUIRED

INSP_SPEC_IS_CHG_DOC_REQUIRED: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsChgDocRequired', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsChgDocRequired property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_CONTROL_CHART_USED

INSP_SPEC_IS_CONTROL_CHART_USED: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsControlChartUsed', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsControlChartUsed property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_DEFECTS_RECG_AUTOMATIC

INSP_SPEC_IS_DEFECTS_RECG_AUTOMATIC: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsDefectsRecgAutomatic', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsDefectsRecgAutomatic property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_DESTRUCTIVE

INSP_SPEC_IS_DESTRUCTIVE: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsDestructive', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsDestructive property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_LONG_TERM_INSPECTION

INSP_SPEC_IS_LONG_TERM_INSPECTION: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsLongTermInspection', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsLongTermInspection property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_LOWER_LIMIT_REQUIRED

INSP_SPEC_IS_LOWER_LIMIT_REQUIRED: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsLowerLimitRequired', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsLowerLimitRequired property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_MEASURED_VALUE_RQD

INSP_SPEC_IS_MEASURED_VALUE_RQD: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsMeasuredValueRqd', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsMeasuredValueRqd property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_QUANTITATIVE

INSP_SPEC_IS_QUANTITATIVE: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsQuantitative', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsQuantitative property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_SAMPLE_QTY_ADDITIVE

INSP_SPEC_IS_SAMPLE_QTY_ADDITIVE: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsSampleQtyAdditive', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsSampleQtyAdditive property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_SAMPLING_PROCED_RQD

INSP_SPEC_IS_SAMPLING_PROCED_RQD: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsSamplingProcedRqd', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsSamplingProcedRqd property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_SCRAP_RELEVANT

INSP_SPEC_IS_SCRAP_RELEVANT: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsScrapRelevant', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsScrapRelevant property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_SELECTED_SET_REQUIRED

INSP_SPEC_IS_SELECTED_SET_REQUIRED: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsSelectedSetRequired', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsSelectedSetRequired property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_TARGET_VALUE_IN_LIMIT

INSP_SPEC_IS_TARGET_VALUE_IN_LIMIT: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsTargetValueInLimit', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsTargetValueInLimit property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_TEST_EQUIPMENT_RQD

INSP_SPEC_IS_TEST_EQUIPMENT_RQD: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsTestEquipmentRqd', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsTestEquipmentRqd property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_IS_UPPER_LIMIT_REQUIRED

INSP_SPEC_IS_UPPER_LIMIT_REQUIRED: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecIsUpperLimitRequired', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecIsUpperLimitRequired property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_LOWER_LIMIT

INSP_SPEC_LOWER_LIMIT: NumberField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new NumberField('InspSpecLowerLimit', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.Double')

Static representation of the inspSpecLowerLimit property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_PRINT_CONTROL

INSP_SPEC_PRINT_CONTROL: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecPrintControl', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecPrintControl property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_RECORDING_TYPE

INSP_SPEC_RECORDING_TYPE: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecRecordingType', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecRecordingType property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_RESULT_CALCULATION

INSP_SPEC_RESULT_CALCULATION: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspSpecResultCalculation', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspSpecResultCalculation property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_TARGET_VALUE

INSP_SPEC_TARGET_VALUE: NumberField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new NumberField('InspSpecTargetValue', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.Double')

Static representation of the inspSpecTargetValue property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_SPEC_UPPER_LIMIT

INSP_SPEC_UPPER_LIMIT: NumberField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new NumberField('InspSpecUpperLimit', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.Double')

Static representation of the inspSpecUpperLimit property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static INSP_TOLERANCE_SPECIFICATION

INSP_TOLERANCE_SPECIFICATION: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('InspToleranceSpecification', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the inspToleranceSpecification property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static IS_DELETED

IS_DELETED: BooleanField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new BooleanField('IsDeleted', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.Boolean')

Static representation of the isDeleted property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static LAST_CHANGED_BY_USER

LAST_CHANGED_BY_USER: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('LastChangedByUser', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the lastChangedByUser property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static LAST_CHANGE_DATE

LAST_CHANGE_DATE: DateField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new DateField('LastChangeDate', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.DateTime')

Static representation of the lastChangeDate property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static SAMPLING_PROCEDURE

SAMPLING_PROCEDURE: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('SamplingProcedure', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the samplingProcedure property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static SELECTED_CODE_SET

SELECTED_CODE_SET: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('SelectedCodeSet', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the selectedCodeSet property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static SELECTED_CODE_SET_PLANT

SELECTED_CODE_SET_PLANT: StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new StringField('SelectedCodeSetPlant', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.String')

Static representation of the selectedCodeSetPlant property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static VALIDITY_END_DATE

VALIDITY_END_DATE: DateField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new DateField('ValidityEndDate', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.DateTime')

Static representation of the validityEndDate property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static VALIDITY_START_DATE

VALIDITY_START_DATE: DateField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> = new DateField('ValidityStartDate', InspPlanOpCharacteristic, 'Edm.DateTime')

Static representation of the validityStartDate property for query construction. Use to reference this property in query operations such as 'select' in the fluent request API.

Static _allFields

_allFields: Array<StringField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> | DateField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> | BooleanField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> | NumberField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> | BigNumberField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic>> = [InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_PLAN_GROUP,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.BOO_OPERATION_INTERNAL_ID,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.BOO_CHARACTERISTIC,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.BOO_CHARACTERISTIC_VERSION,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.BOO_OP_INTERNAL_VERSION_COUNTER,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_PLAN_INTERNAL_VERSION,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_PLAN,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.VALIDITY_START_DATE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.VALIDITY_END_DATE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.CHANGE_NUMBER,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.IS_DELETED,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.BOO_OPERATION_PRT_INTERNAL_ID,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_METHOD,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_METHOD_VERSION,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_METHOD_PLANT,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IMPORTANCE_CODE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTOR_QUALIFICATION,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION_VERSION,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION_PLANT,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.BOO_CHARC_HAS_INSP_SPEC_REFERENCE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_CONTROL_INDICATORS,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_QUANTITATIVE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_MEASURED_VALUE_RQD,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_SELECTED_SET_REQUIRED,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_UPPER_LIMIT_REQUIRED,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_LOWER_LIMIT_REQUIRED,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_TARGET_VALUE_IN_LIMIT,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_SCOPE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_LONG_TERM_INSPECTION,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_RECORDING_TYPE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_RESULT_IS_DOCUMENTATION_RQD,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_CHARC_CATEGORY,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_SAMPLE_QTY_ADDITIVE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_DESTRUCTIVE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_RESULT_CALCULATION,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_SAMPLING_PROCED_RQD,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_SCRAP_RELEVANT,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_HAS_FIXED_CTRL_INDICATORS,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_TEST_EQUIPMENT_RQD,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_DEFECTS_RECG_AUTOMATIC,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_CHG_DOC_REQUIRED,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_IS_CONTROL_CHART_USED,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_PRINT_CONTROL,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_TOLERANCE_SPECIFICATION,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_DECIMAL_PLACES,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION_UNIT,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_TARGET_VALUE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_HAS_TARGET_VALUE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_UPPER_LIMIT,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_LOWER_LIMIT,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_HAS_LOWER_LIMIT,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_HAS_UPPER_LIMIT,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_GRP_REJECTION,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_REJECTION,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_GRP_RJCN_UPPER,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_RJCN_UPPER,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_GRP_RJCN_LOWER,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_DEFECT_CODE_RJCN_LOWER,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.SELECTED_CODE_SET,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.SELECTED_CODE_SET_PLANT,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CATALOG_2,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_SELECTED_SET_2,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CODE_GROUP_2,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDL_SELD_CODE_SET_PLANT_2,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CATALOG_3,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_SELECTED_SET_3,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CODE_GROUP_3,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDL_SELD_CODE_SET_PLANT_3,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CATALOG_4,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_SELECTED_SET_4,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CODE_GROUP_4,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDL_SELD_CODE_SET_PLANT_4,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CATALOG_5,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_SELECTED_SET_5,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDITIONAL_CODE_GROUP_5,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_ADDL_SELD_CODE_SET_PLANT_5,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.SAMPLING_PROCEDURE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_CHARACTERISTIC_SAMPLE_UNIT,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.BOO_CHARC_SAMPLE_QUANTITY,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_INFORMATION_FIELD_1,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_INFORMATION_FIELD_2,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSP_SPEC_INFORMATION_FIELD_3,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_SPECIFICATION_TEXT,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.CREATED_BY_USER,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.CREATION_DATE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.LAST_CHANGED_BY_USER,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.LAST_CHANGE_DATE,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.BILL_OF_OPERATIONS_VERSION,InspPlanOpCharacteristic.CHANGED_DATE_TIME]

All fields of the InspPlanOpCharacteristic entity.

Static _defaultServicePath

_defaultServicePath: string = "/sap/opu/odata/sap/API_INSPECTIONPLAN_SRV"

Default url path for the according service.

Static _entityName

_entityName: string = "A_InspPlanOpCharacteristic"

Technical entity name for InspPlanOpCharacteristic.

Static _keyFields

_keyFields: Array<Selectable<InspPlanOpCharacteristic>> = [InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_PLAN_GROUP, InspPlanOpCharacteristic.BOO_OPERATION_INTERNAL_ID, InspPlanOpCharacteristic.BOO_CHARACTERISTIC, InspPlanOpCharacteristic.BOO_CHARACTERISTIC_VERSION, InspPlanOpCharacteristic.BOO_OP_INTERNAL_VERSION_COUNTER, InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_PLAN_INTERNAL_VERSION, InspPlanOpCharacteristic.INSPECTION_PLAN]

All key fields of the InspPlanOpCharacteristic entity.

Static _keys

_keys: object = InspPlanOpCharacteristic._keyFields.reduce((acc: { [keys: string]: Selectable<InspPlanOpCharacteristic> }, field: Selectable<InspPlanOpCharacteristic>) => {acc[field.fieldName] = field;return acc;}, {})

Mapping of all key field names to the respective static field property InspPlanOpCharacteristic.

Type declaration

Static _serviceName

_serviceName: string = "API_INSPECTIONPLAN_SRV"
deprecated

Since v1.0.1 Use _defaultServicePath instead. Technical service name for InspPlanOpCharacteristic.

Methods

Protected getCurrentMapKeys

  • getCurrentMapKeys(): Entity
  • Returns a map of all defined fields in entity to their current values.

    Returns Entity

    Entity with all defined entity fields

getCustomField

  • getCustomField(fieldName: string): any
  • Custom field value getter.

    Parameters

    • fieldName: string

      The name of the custom field

    Returns any

    The value of the corresponding custom field

getCustomFields

  • getCustomFields(): MapType<any>
  • Returns a map that contains all entity custom fields.

    Returns MapType<any>

    A map of all defined custom fields in the entity

getUpdatedCustomFields

  • getUpdatedCustomFields(): MapType<any>
  • Returns all updated custom field properties compared to the last known remote state.

    Returns MapType<any>

    A map containing all updated custom properties, with their new values

getUpdatedProperties

  • getUpdatedProperties(): Entity
  • Returns all changed properties compared to the last known remote state. The returned properties does not include custom fields. Use getUpdatedCustomFields, if updated custom fields are needed.

    Returns Entity

    Entity with all properties that changed

hasCustomField

  • hasCustomField(fieldName: string): boolean
  • Validates whether a custom field exists in the entity.

    Parameters

    • fieldName: string

      The name of the custom field to update

    Returns boolean

    A boolean value, that indicates whether a custom field is defined in entity

initializeCustomFields

  • initializeCustomFields(customFields: MapType<any>): this
  • Sets all retrieved custom fields in entity.

    Parameters

    • customFields: MapType<any>

      Extracted custom fields from a retrieved entity

    Returns this

    A boolean value, that indicates the existence of the field in entity

Protected isConflictingCustomField

  • isConflictingCustomField(customFieldName: string): boolean
  • Validates whether a field name does not conflict with an original field name and thus can be defined as custom fields.

    Parameters

    • customFieldName: string

      Field name to check

    Returns boolean

    Boolean value that describes whether a field name can be defined as custom field

setCustomField

  • setCustomField(fieldName: string, value: any): this
  • Sets a new custom field in the entity or updates it. Throws an error, if the provided custom field name is already defined by an original field in entity.

    Parameters

    • fieldName: string

      The name of the custom field to update

    • value: any

      The value of the field

    Returns this

    The entity itself, to facilitate method chaining

setOrInitializeRemoteState

  • setOrInitializeRemoteState(state?: MapType<any>): this
  • Initializes or sets the remoteState of the entity. This function is called on all read, create and update requests. This function should be called after initializeCustomFields, if custom fields are defined.

    deprecated

    Since 1.12.0. Will be removed in version 2.0.

    Parameters

    • Optional state: MapType<any>

      State to be set as remote state

    Returns this

    The entity itself, to facilitate method chaining

setVersionIdentifier

  • setVersionIdentifier(etag: string | undefined): this
  • Set the ETag version identifier of the retrieved entity.

    Parameters

    • etag: string | undefined

      The returned ETag version of the entity

    Returns this

    The entity itself, to facilitate method chaining

toJSON

  • toJSON(): object
  • Overwrites the default toJSON method so that all instance variables as well as all custom fields of the entity are returned.

    Returns object

    An object containing all instance variables + custom fields.

    • [key: string]: any

Static builder

Static customField

  • Returns a selectable object that allows the selection of custom field in a get request for the entity InspPlanOpCharacteristic.

    Parameters

    • fieldName: string

      Name of the custom field to select

    Returns CustomField<InspPlanOpCharacteristic>

    A builder that constructs instances of entity type InspPlanOpCharacteristic.

Static Protected customFieldSelector

  • customFieldSelector<EntityT>(fieldName: string, entityConstructor: Constructable<EntityT>): CustomField<EntityT>
  • Type parameters

    • EntityT: Entity

    Parameters

    • fieldName: string
    • entityConstructor: Constructable<EntityT>

    Returns CustomField<EntityT>

Static Protected entityBuilder

  • entityBuilder<EntityT, EntityTypeForceMandatoryT>(entityConstructor: Constructable<EntityT, EntityTypeForceMandatoryT>): EntityBuilderType<EntityT, EntityTypeForceMandatoryT>
  • Type parameters

    • EntityT: Entity

    • EntityTypeForceMandatoryT

    Parameters

    • entityConstructor: Constructable<EntityT, EntityTypeForceMandatoryT>

    Returns EntityBuilderType<EntityT, EntityTypeForceMandatoryT>

Static requestBuilder

  • Returns a request builder to construct requests for operations on the InspPlanOpCharacteristic entity type.

    Returns InspPlanOpCharacteristicRequestBuilder

    A InspPlanOpCharacteristic request builder.