LeftHand Side

Allows you to define the left part of the expression that
will be compared to the righthand side value. It may be:
 Assigned name
 allows you to specify the name of the custom constant that you will
define to further use it in the
custom Expression.
 Expression
 custom expression that will be compared to
the Righthand side
column. This expression consists of:
e.g. Coefficient
 2.65, Variable
 Product Flows 1 = the specified flow will be multiplied by 2.65 and
the resulting value will be compared per specified comparison type to
the righthand side value.
Note: you
can specify here numerous conditions for existing constraints across
the supply chain. The value in this column will constitute a sum of all
the specified conditions.

Type

The type
of comparison applied to the left and right sides of the custom
constraint items.
 <=  less than or equal to
 >=  greater than or equal to
 ==  equal to

RightHand Side

Allows you to either define the right part of the expression that
the left part will be compared to, or set the type of the variable specified in the left part. It can be of the
following types:
 Continuous variable  a variable
which can take on a value within the range of the specified lower bound and up to infinity.
 Integer variable  a whole number that can be written
without a fractional component.
 SemiContinuous variable  a variable
which can take on a value within the specified range or zero.
 Boolean variable  data
type with only two possible values: true or false.
 Linear expression  custom expression consisting of:
e.g. Coefficient
 2.65, Variable
 Product Flows 1 = the specified flow will be multiplied by 2.65 and
the resulting value will be compared per specified comparison type to
the righthand side value.
 Min expression
 expression with the smallest resulting value will be chosen. The
choice will be made among the expressions defined in the table below.
 Max expression  expression with the largest resulting value will be chosen. The choice will be made among the expressions defined in the table below.
 Step function
 allows you to set a step function that alters the calculated value of
the defined herein expression by comparing it to the specified steps
and setting the value corresponding to this or that step. The step
fucntion consists of:
 Expression  the expression that is calculated.
 Quantity  the step that is defining the new value.
 Value  the value that the result of the calculated expression will take.

Inclusion Type  Defines the status of the given customer.  Include  include this constraint into supply chain configuration.
 Exclude
 exclude this constraint from supply chain
configuration. If selected, the table record will be grayed
out to denote the current inclusion type. The table record stays
editable.
Note: If you feel that
your scenario contains too many objects marked as "Excluded" and you
know that you no longer use them, you can instantly remove all such objects.
