You can print a business rule's properties, its flow chart, and the details of its components.
For example, if you print a business rule that contains a formula component for allocation expenses, the print out shows the formula syntax, the functions and variables that comprise the formula, a summary of the steps in the rule's flow chart (not in graphical form), and the rule's properties.
If you print a business rule that is in script only:
The Rule Details section in the PDF file contains the business rule script.
The Flow Chart section oin he PDF file contains only a Begin and an End node.
The Flow Summary section in the PDF file is empty.
You cannot print business rulesets or components. You can print components if they are used in a business rule that you print.
To print a business rule:
- In System View, right-click a business rule, and then select Print.
Enter the information in the Print Preview dialog box, and then click Generate PDF.
A PDF file of the business rule is opened in Adobe Acrobat.