Browsing Standard / Existing Configurations
For standard configurations in the Standard Configurations screen or existing configurations in the Existing Configurations screen, the key attributes and all item features are displayed for each configuration.
Configuration ID uniquely identifies a configuration stored in the system.
Variant Item Number
Variant item number uniquely identifies a variant item created in the system. A configuration ID is associated with a variant item number only when a variant item has been created from the configuration.
Specifies which customer this configuration was created for.
Specifies the status of the configuration.
O: The configuration has not been completed yet—that is, not all required questions in the Questionnaire have been answered. You can load and proceed with the configuration. Unfinished configurations cannot be used to create variant items.
F: The configuration has been completed. You can load the configuration to modify it or directly create a variant item from it.
Note: Standard configurations are completed configurations, so the status for standard configurations is always F.
Displays the configuration’s list price as calculated by Configurator when the configuration was created. You can reprice it when you load the configuration to bring the configuration list price up-to-date.
Displays the configuration’s net price as calculated by Configurator when the configuration was created. You can reprice it when you load the configuration to bring the configuration’s net price up-to-date.
Shows when the configuration was created.
Shows which QAD Configurator user created this configuration.
Provides a brief description of the configuration.
All features of the current configurable item are listed along with their values.
By default, five configuration records are displayed on each page. You can use the Item Per Page value at the bottom of the screen. If the configuration display exceeds the screen size, use the horizontal scroll bar at the bottom of the grid to view all configuration records.
If there are multiple pages, use the navigation controls at the bottom of the screen to page through the records or jump to a specific page.
The existing configurations grid provides flexible ways to display configuration records and lets you easily compare configurations. You can change the position of a configuration record by dragging and dropping its configuration ID column header. This way, you can place configurations of interest side by side for easy feature comparison. You can also sort configuration attributes and features by clicking on the column header displaying the configuration ID.