The Run for Child action applies the action to a child business object of the current business object. For example, you can run an update action and then export data to Microsoft Excel. See Example: Using the Run for Child Action for examples of using this action.
|Enter action name||A unique name for the action.|
|Enter action description||Optional. Enter a plain-text description of what the action does.|
|Enter category||Optional. The category. Select from the drop-down list.|
The relationship between the current business object and a child object.
The action is applied to the child object in the relationship that you select from the drop-down list.
|Child Object Filter||
Optional. Opens the Expression Editor. Enables you to constrain the child object being evaluated.
|Action to run||
The action to run for the child business object. Choose from the drop-down list.
|Adds a field to the list.|
|Removes a field from the list.|
|Save||Commits your settings.|
|Cancel||Exits without saving.|