Exploring the Clause Library


After completing this lesson, you will be able to Navigate a Clause Library admin object and explain what it represents in SAP Fieldglass..

Clause Library

The Clause Library allows Administrators to create and maintain a list of clauses, clause categories, and clause sections and their content for use within the SOW module.

Clauses may contain the legal terms for standard regulatory governance polices and conditions and may outline the contractual language or agreement between a buyer and a supplier.

Clauses for SOWs can be predefined in SAP Fieldglass. They will appear in the SOWs to which they have been associated.

screenshot of the Clauses page on a Statement of Work showing the Definitions and Interpretation section and the text of that clause

Navigating the Clause Library Admin Object

screenshot of Services section of the Admin Menu, the Clause Library link is highlighted
1To view the list of clause libraries in a tenant, select Clause Library from the Services section of the admin menu.

Clause Library List Page

Clauses must be defined in the Clause Library before they can be added to SOW templates. Clauses can also be added when creating an SOW from a template, and they can be copied from the library.

screenshot of Clause Library List page, the Section column, the Categories column, the Clauses column, and the link to 1. Definitions and Interpretation in the Section column are highlighted
2Section indicates the unique name for this clause section. The same section name cannot be used for more than one Clause Library admin object. Each library item only has one section.
3Categories indicates the number of categories in the section. The same category name cannot be used for more than one category in this section. However, the category name can be reused in other Clause Library admin objects. Multiple categories can be included in one section.
4Clauses indicates the number of clauses in the category.
5To view the details of a clause, select an appropriate link in the Section column.

Clause Library Details Page

screenshot of 1. Definitions and Interpretation Clause Details page highlighting the Read Only column

The details page includes the full text of the clauses included in the category.

6If the clause is set to Read Only, the clause text cannot be edited within the SOW in which it is used. The clauses illustrated here are not set to read only because they are meant to be revised to include details of the projects for which the SOW is being created.

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