You can configure the following request type rules to control Demand Management system behavior:
You can use a simple default rule to set new values in the Workflow, Assigned To, and Assigned Group fields.
You can use an advanced rule with SQL-default logic to set a new value in any fields in the request, based on a SQL statement. You can specify any SQL statement, as long as it returns a single row with two values (a hidden, internal value and a visible value).
Note: If all fields in a section of a request details page are invisible, SQL-based rule does not work for any fields in the section. It works for all fields in the section when at least one field in the section is visible.
RequestRulesSystemLibrary.jsfile, which is in the
Caution: Because the
RequestRulesSystemLibrary.jsfile is redeployed at each service pack installation or product upgrade, it is important that you not modify the
RequestRulesSystemLibrary.jsfile. Otherwise, your changes are lost.
RequestRulesUserLibrary.jsfile, which is also in the
RequestRulesUserLibrary.jsfile is not altered when you apply a service pack or upgrade PPM Center. Your custom functions are preserved after these operations.