Display Options for Multi-Relational Fields

Multi-Relational fields allow users to select one or more items from a primary or auxiliary table as values. This associates items with a particular table or workflow.

For example, you can create an auxiliary table that stores versions of products. You can then create a Multi-Relational field in a primary table that tracks data related to customer-reported defects, and set the versions table as the relational field table. This allows users to select multiple product version numbers for each defect being tracked.

Multi-Relational fields are defined in SBM Composer. Values for Multi-Relational fields are created in the Manage Data feature available in SBM Application Administrator

In SBM System Administrator, you can specify default values for these fields for auxiliary tables.

The following properties are defined in SBM Composer, except for default values: