Consistency Checker tool
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With this option, the consistency checker first looks at the aspect to find out if there are any inconsistencies that the system could discover by itself. This includes checking aspect references and entity definitions. The consistency checker automatically validates the references of the aspect against the system. The broken or ambiguous references are reported as errors.
With this option, the consistency checker first looks at rescue data which is an information (for example, the name of the target object), and is used to repair the reference if broken. The existing rescue information (if any) is checked for correctness and errors by enabling the Rescue consistency check box in the Options Dialog.
With this option, the consistency checker checks for the target objects
residing in a valid scope. For example, a valid reference scope may be within a
composite object type. When the Scope consistency feature is enabled, the
consistency checker tool detects any reference defined from one object type to
another object type and reports the scope inconsistency error.