To describe the action and conditions of our scenario, there are specific syntax rules we need to follow.
In this example, we are editing the Facilities table to define a scenario without a distribution center in Detroit.
Actions describe how we want to change a table. Actions have 2 components:
- Column you want to change
- Value you want to put into the column
Writing actions takes the form of an equation:
- ColumnName = MyScenarioValue
Further detail on action syntax can be found here.
Conditions describe what we want to change. They are Boolean (i.e. true/false) statements describing which rows to edit. Conditions have 3 components:
- Column holding the value we are interested in modifying
- What we want to compare the value to
- How we want to compare the value
Conditions take the form of a comparison, such as:
- UnitValue > 45
- ProductName = 'RM_01'
Further detail on Conditions syntax can be found here.
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