What the Cross Validation Analyzer Checks
You control what the Cross Validation Analyzer checks with selection flags in the Cross Validation Analyzer main window:
• Configurable item components only
Only the components that are one level lower than the configurable item are checked, not the components on lower levels.
• Variant assignment rules
Make sure that the variables in the assignment rules are valid features for the relevant configurable item or its child items.
• Rule syntax
The Cross Validation Analyzer checks the syntax of all selected rules by compiling the code using the Progress Compiler.
• Variant item numbers
Checks if a variant item number exists for every configurable item in the product structure. If there are no variant item definition rules to specify the item number, QAD Configurator cannot create a variant item.
This routine checks if all features are used properly given the configurable items in the generic product structure and the features that are defined for each of them.