A ruleset groups together several rules into a user defined functional unit. A ruleset contains information about:
Rules in the set.
Order of the rules and possible sub-rulesets.
Parameter values used for the rules.
Ruleset has a similar structure as the file system on your computer; it can contain both nested rulesets and rules. Rules can have parameters, which are used to configure them to fit your, for example, project specific needs. Although you can configure rule parameters in Solibri perspective, Ruleset Manager is the recommended tool for editing rules and rulesets.
If you want the user to see some specific message when the ruleset is opened (e.g. a warning about parameters which need to be modified for each project), you can set 'Show Description' check box selected, in the Info view. Checking this checkbox will open a dialog informing the user with the text written in the 'Description' field, when 'Check Model/Check Selected' () button is pressed in the Checking view.