The programs on the Domain Constants menu control calendars and codes used within a domain.
Lists and describes the Domain Constants menu items, including numbers and programs.
Maintaining Holiday and Shop Calendars
Discusses how to use Calendar Maintenance (36.2.5) and Holiday Maintenance (36.2.1).
Defining Rounding Methods
Explains how to use Rounding Method Maintenance (36.2.9) and Currency Maintenance (26.1) to round monetary amounts and apply rounding methods to currencies.
Establishing Generalized Codes
Discusses how generalized codes are used by the system and how different conditions relating to them can be controlled by the user, and explains field validation.
Using Reason Codes
Explains how to use Reason Codes Maintenance (36.2.17) to modify reason codes.
Managing Number Ranges
Discusses how number ranges are used in different countries and businesses with an overview of NRM, an illustration of the sequence life cycle, details on NRM sequences for specific programs, and an explanation of how to set up sequences, set sequence values, view sequence number history, and delete and archive sequences.
Gives an overview of how to implement change tracking, how to define change tracking reason codes, activating change tracking with Sales Order Control (7.1.24), and specifying which fields to track.
Domain constants provide basic data used throughout the system. All codes defined by the functions listed in Domain Constants Menu (36.2)
are domain specific. Since a domain represents a distinct business operation, codes can be quite different between domains. If you need to use the same code in more than one domain, you must set it up for each domain that requires it.