When you create a category at a certain level, you are able to access it at lower levels as well.
SAP Cloud for Customer
Reproducing the Issue
Go to the Service Entitlements work center.
- Go to the Service Categories view.
- Open the Active Service Catelog.
- Choose the View All button.
- Navigate to the Catalog Structure facet.
- Choose the Expand All option.
- Here, at Level 1, you have maintained the hierarchy as below:
- Level 1 -> Process Category Type PC1(where PC1 represents Process Category Type ID)
- Level 2 -> you have matained Incident Category as IC1(where IC1 represents Incident Category ID)
- Level 2 -> Cause Category as CC1(where CC1 represents Cause Category ID).
- Level 3 -> Cause Category as CC2(where CC2 represents Cause Category ID).
- Now, Navigate to Service workcenter.
- Go the the Tickets view.
- Open ant ticket.
- For the Process Category field, you can see one option PC1, select it.
- For the Incident Category field, you can see one option IC1, select it.
- For the Cause Category field, you are able to see both CC1 and CC2.
As CC1 is maintained at Level 2 and not Level 3, you are expecting only the CC2 to be displayed.
Such categories which are not maintained in the linear path are called independent categories and their purpose is that they can be used in all cases. The only restriction is that they will have to be under the same Process Category.
This is the expected system behavior.
Process, Object part incident cause activity wrong , KBA , LOD-LE-CSM-SIC , Service Issue Category , LOD-CRM-SRP-INT , Ticket Interactions , Problem