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Configuration rules are predefined guidelines or conditions that dictate how a product or system can be customized or configured. These rules are typically established based on factors such as technical specifications, compatibility requirements, and business logic. Configuration rules determine which options or combinations are permissible and may include constraints, dependencies, validations, and default settings. They help ensure that configurations are valid, consistent, and compliant with design standards or regulatory requirements.

Read more: VividWorks 3D Configurator Documentation

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