Applications → Managing Fields → Field Dependency Tutorials → Single Selection Field Dependency Tutorial
The following tutorial explains how to configure field dependencies that tailor the value list for a Single Selection field. You can reproduce this example for other field dependencies as needed.
In this example, you will create a Product field that has two available values: Product A and Product B. You will set dependencies to limit the values available in a Version field depending on the selection made in the Product field. For example, if a user selects Product A from the Product field, a set of available values unique to Product A are listed in the Version field.
To establish a dependency for two Single Selection fields:
Values for the Version field are now dependent on the selection users make for the Product list. In this example, when Product A is selected from the Products list, the user can choose the None, 2.0, or 2.5 selections. When Product B is selected from the Products list, the user can choose the None, 3.0, or 3.1 selections.
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