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the criteria are evaluated on all child records. If only one of the child records matches, then the criteria match. As a result, the rule passes if one of the opportunities matches Opty Criteria1, and one of the opportunities matches Opty Criteria2. To add criteria values to an assignment criterion 1 Navigate to the Administration - Assignment screen, and then the Assignment Rules List view. 2 In the Assignment Rules list, select a rule, and click the Criteria tab. 3 With the appropriate assignment criterion selected in the Criteria list, scroll down to the Values subview. 4 In the Values list, click New.
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Siebel Assignment Manager Administration Guide Version 8.1, Rev. A Assignment Rule Administration Process of Adding Criteria and Values to Assignment Rules 98 5 In the new record, click in the available fields to enter the relevant information. NOTE: The assignment attributes for criteria values that are available differ depending on the assignment criterion you select in Step 2 on page 97 . You define different types of criteria values depending on the assignment attribute. For example, criteria values may: Appear as list of value (LOV) fields from which you choose a value (such as Account State). Show a pick dialog box from which you choose a value (such as Account). Represent numbers which you choose using the calculator button. Represent dates which you choose using the calendar select button. Table 24 shows examples of assignment attributes for the assignment criterion created in “Adding Assignment Criteria to Assignment Rules” on page 93 . Avoiding Duplicate Assignment Criteria Values It is possible to create duplicate criteria values for an assignment criterion. If both criteria values use scores in this case, then both scores are added to the assignment criterion if the criteria value passes. This result can occur when you create criteria values that use ranges, such as criteria values for the Revenue assignment criterion. CAUTION: It is recommended that you do not create duplicate criteria values for the same assignment criterion, even though Assignment Manager allows this. If both criteria values use scores and you use the Include inclusion method, the score added to the passing candidate may be inconsistent. If you use the Include All or Include All Matching inclusion method, both the scores are added to the passing candidate. Using Wildcard Characters When Defining Criteria Values Wildcard characters can also be used when defining specific criteria values. This option allows for a greater range of assignment object matches. For example, if you create an assignment rule for Account objects with the Account City as assignment criteria, the corresponding criteria value City can be defined as A*. This setting matches Accounts in cities beginning with the letter A.
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