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Business Patterns

Business Patterns

By means of different connections (collaborations) between the instances (objects) of individual classes of the enterprise model, a wide variety of scenarios (use cases) can be represented in an enterprise.

The basic enterprise model of InstantView® comprises approximately 200 model classes and is essentially divided into 5 categories:

  • Data types (simple and intelligent)
  • Information objects
  • Business properties
  • Monitor objects
  • Transaction objects

The business objects correspond to the master data and the transaction objects to the transaction data, whereby the data types as well as the information objects are used to define master and transaction data more precisely.

Through the regular posting of transaction objects, master data can be statistically evaluated by means of monitoring objects (OLAP).

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The 5 categories of the enterprise model in InstantView® are colour-coded in the Business Patterns for better differentiation according to the following legend

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Business patterns of the following areas are documented here:

Partner

Business PatternDescription
Companies

Companies
CX_CORPORATION

CX CORPORATION En

The depiction of a company should correspond as far as possible to the real situation, e.g. directly to the details of an extract from the commercial register and e.g. additional data such as branches, affiliated companies, etc.

Related topics:
Branches - CX_BRANCH
Associated companies - CX_CORPORATE_GROUP
Employees - CX_STAFF_MEMBER

Subsidiaries
CX_BRANCH

CX BRANCH

...

Related topics:
Company - CX_CORPORATION
Associated companies - CX_CORPORATE_GROUP

Affiliated companies
CX_CORPORATE_GROUP

CX CORPORATE GROUP

...

Related topics:
Company - CX_CORPORATION
Branches - CX_BRANCH

Organization Chart
CX_COST_CENTER_CHART

CX COST CENTER CHART

People

People
CX_PERSON

CX PERSON En

Employees
CX_STAFF_MEMBER

CX STAFF MEMBER En

...

Related topics:
Company - CX_CORPORATION

Partner data

Location specific data
CX_LOCALE

CX LOCALE En

Access data
CX_ACCESS

CX ACCESS En

Communication People
CX_ACCESS

CX ACCESS Person En

Bank details
CX_BANK_ACCOUNT

CX BANK ACCOUNT En

Own bank details and bank details of partners can be stored in different complexity

Products

Business PatternDescription
Parts

Parts
CX_ITEM

CX ITEM En

(Service) performance units
CX_SERVICE

CX SERVICE En

Other real things

Industrial plants
CX_INDUSTRIAL_PLANT

CX INDUSTRIAL PLANT En

Resources
CX_OPERATING_RESOURCE

CX OPERATING RESOURCE

Part Rolls

Sub-assembly set
CX_CONSTRUCTION_SET

CX CONSTRUCTION SET En

PID
CX_SALES_BOM

CX SALES BOM En

Sales sets and features
CX_SALES_SET

CX SALES SET And Attributes En

Storage aids
CX_STORAGE_ITEM

CX STORAGE ITEM

Part data

Price chains
CX_PRICE_DISCOUNT

CX PRICE DISCOUNT En

Supplier Agreements
CX_SUPPLY_BOM

CX SUPPLY BOM En

Serial numbers
CX_SERIAL_NUMBER

CX SERIAL NUMBER

Bill of material modelling

Allocations
CX_SINGLE_ALLOCATION

CX SINGLE ALLOCATION

A single allocation describes a use or a resource of a business object, depending on the point of view.

CX_CONDITIONED_ALLOCATION

CX CONDITIONED ALLOCATION

This class is used to describe conditional allocations. Normally, individual allocations are placed in the conditional table to represent different scenarios.

CX_SET_ALLOCATION

CX SET ALLOCATION

An allocation table is a list of allocations. Normally, the list consists of individual or conditional allocations.

Special stocks
CX_PRODUCT_AMOUNT

CX PRODUCT AMOUNT En

CX_INDUSTRIAL_PLANT_PlantGroup

CX INDUSTRIAL PLANT PlantGroup

Business Process Modelling

Business PatternDescription

Business processes
CX_WORK_FLOW

CX WORK FLOW En

In ClassiX® a business process is represented by the class CX_WORK_FLOW as business process identifier and - for the possible statuses of the documents within this business process - by objects of the class CX_STATE_MONITOR.

Related topics:
CX_CONDITIONED_BAG

Business processes
CX_WORK_FLOW_Delivery

CX WORK FLOW Delivery En

In ClassiX® a business process is represented by the class CX_WORK_FLOW as business process identifier and - for the possible statuses of the documents within this business process - by objects of the class CX_STATE_MONITOR.

Related topics:
CX_CONDITIONED_BAG

(Digital) floating folders
CX_FLOAT_FILE

CX FLOAT FILE

In the CyberEnterprise®, (digital) circulation folders can be created for all documents, but also for any associations with e.g. documents, Excel, Word or pdf files, etc. and can be passed on electronically between users.

Each user can see the processes to be processed by him in the "My Circulars" folder.

Controlling

Company codes
CX_ACCOUNTING_AREA

CX ACCOUNTING AREA

Company codes are necessary to be able to plan on time, for example, for external warehouses, independent of local stock levels.

All logistical and MRP movements and quantities by company code are recorded separately in sub-monitors.

It is therefore possible to view the entire process per company code.

KPI Auditor
CX_KPI_AUDITOR

CX KPI AUDITOR

The following pattern describes the interrelationships for the determination of key figures for supplier evaluation.

The KPI Auditor (CX_KPI_AUDITOR) is used to define key figures that are created as attributes.

The KPI Auditor is connected to the workflow (CX_WORK_FLOW) of the order items (in this example CX_TRANSACTION instead of CX_LINK_TXN).

A logcube (CX_LOG_CUBE) is created between the KPI Auditor and the supplier via the transaction description when the order item is posted. Both objects can be accessed from the transaction description via the order item.

The transaction description writes the key figures in the respective logcubes (all, year, month) and posts the transaction.

Overview quantity posting

Activities

Business PatternDescription
Financial Accounting

Open items debtors
CX_DEBIT_OPEN_ITEM_TXN

CX DEBIT OPEN ITEM TXN En

Sale

Sales order
CX_SALES_ORDER

CX SALES ORDER En

Coupling offer/order
with project, industrial plant, etc.
CX_SALES_ORDER_Pattern

CX SALES ORDER Pattern En

Structure of offer/order
CX_SALES_ORDER_Structure

CX SALES ORDER Structure En

Advance requirements
CX_ADVANCE_DEMAND

CX ADVANCE DEMAND En

Service provider group
CX_JOB_GROUP

CX JOB GROUP En

Order item with sales set type 1 and purchase set
CX_SALES_SET-Type 1

CX SALES SET And PURCHASE SET En

Order item with sales set type 3 and purchasing set
CX_SALES_SET-Type 3

CX SALES SET And PURCHASE ITEM En

Purchasing

Delivery agreements for ordered articles
CX_PURCHASE_ACCOUNT

CX PURCHASE ACCOUNT En

Approved
Requirement request status
CX_WORK_FLOW_PurchaseRequisition

CX WORK FLOW PurchaseRequisition En

Self-provision
CX_OUT_COMMISSION

CX OUT PROVISION1 En

Self-provision to a supplier, these can be specified in a parts request or a purchase order
Manufacturing

Disposable assembly
CX_DISPOSITION_BOM

CX DISPOSITION BOM

In order to be able to control the dispositive use of parts within a parts request, you can store corresponding information in the master parts lists

Exploded production parts list
CX_ALLOCATION_TXN

CX ALLOCATION TXN En

Exploding a BOM creates a tree structure with objects of class CX_ALLOCATION_TXN. The hierarchy of these objects initially also determines the MRP usage of the parts, but can be overwritten by additional specifications.

Parts request
CX_ITEM_DEMAND

CX ITEM DEMAND Normal En

Part requests are documents which are automatically generated from a parts planning according to the Gozinto method. The starting point is again a production part E1, which consists of parts B2 and B3, etc.

Evaluations

Business PatternDescription

Customer sales statistics
CX_SALES_ACCOUNT

CX SALES ACCOUNT En

CX_DATA_ANALYSIS

CX DATA ANALYSIS En

Order-accompanying final costing
CX_SALES_ORDER_Costs

CX SALES ORDER Costs En

Parts accounts
CX_ITEM - ACCOUNTS

CX ITEM Accounts En

Office functionality

Business PatternDescription

MS Office integration
Outlook Synchronization

OutlookSync

Vocabulary
CX_PHRASE

CX PHRASE

CX_PHRASE and CX_SIGNIFICATION objects are connected via "clearingObjects". One CX_PHRASE object of a language can reference several CX_SIGNIFICATION objects.

Technical Patterns

Business PatternDescription

Saved lists
CX_LIST_VIEW_COLLECTION

CX LIST VIEW COLLECTION

Search terms
CX_OBJECT_DICTIONARY_CI

CX OBJECT DICTIONARY CI En

Transaction Descriptions
CX_TXN_DESCRIPTOR

CX TXN DESCRIPTOR En

In ClassiX®, transaction descriptions control the processing (posting) of all documents (the objects of class CX_TRANSACTION)

Wrapper
CX_OVERWRITING_REF

CX OVERWRITING REF

Access rights
CX_SECURITY_SET

CX SECURITY SET1