To create a PARSOD workflow, click on the icon to add a new project. Enter the six-character alphanumeric code and up to a 30-character alphanumeric description. Using the Activity Type drop-down, select the PARSOD option and enter an optional title. Save the new SOD by clicking on the icon.
Upon saving the following popup appears:
Always remember, creation of or changes to an SOD Workflow of any type will not be available for use until it has been tested and passed testing.
Like any other SOD, use the Evaluation Object to define the criteria for your project from the work canvas. The evaluation levels available here are as follows:
Use the icon to perform updates just like with any other SOD.
To test a PARSOD, click on the icon on the menu ribbon. The system will display a dialog box:
Enter a debtor number and click on OK.
As with any other test, the system will return the results of the test harness in three tabs: Eval, Update and SQL:
Once your PARSOD has been defined and tested, it becomes available under the optional SOD drop-down in the Payment Arrangement Rule Table as shown in the next image.
Select the PARSOD using the drop-down selector.
The PARSOD will be automatically executed when a user attempts to save a new Payment Arrangement with this Payment Arrangement Rule from the Workcard.
The PARSOD makes use of a special, reserved User-Defined Window to capture the information of the Payment Arrangement being entered. The evaluations of the PARSOD are then run against this data to determine if there are any compliance issues and whether or not the Payment Arrangement can be saved. The UDW is UDW Code PPR – Reserved Temporary PPR.
Below is the design layout of the PPR UDW in the User Window Definitions Builder