In this step, you define the terminology catalogs and catalog
languages you will need in addition to those contained in the
The table has the
delivery class E. In the standard system, several
catalogs have predefined functions or are reserved for later use.
If you define your own supplementary catalogs, use the catalogs R
During the testing phase, set up the catalog types so the codes
can be deleted in the database. In the production phase, set up the
catalog types so the codes are switched to
inactive, instead of being deleted. This prevents the
deleted codes from inadvertantly being restored and given another
1. Familiarize yourself with the
functions in the catalogs that can be be preset (use the F1 Help in
the "Catalog Types" view).
2. Define the desired catalog types
and their properties.
3. Document the catalog types in the
same languages in which the code groups and codes of the respective
catalogs will be documented.
The special catalogs 1, 2, 3 and 9 have additional
Catalogs 1 and 3 can only be used in conjunction with selected
Selected sets are defined at the plant level.
Selected sets are displayed in the user's language.
Valuated selected sets are required for catalogs 1 and 3.
For catalog 2, you can define follow-up actions at the code
level in the code groups.
For catalog 3, you must define follow-up actions at the code
level in the selected sets.