Applications → Managing Fields → Field Settings → Options Tab of the Field Property Editor → Binary/Trinary Field Options
Binary/Trinary fields can store either two or three values that you specify.
They can also be used to determine subtask status. The values specified in the First value, Second value, and Third value properties correspond to actions based on subtask status. See Tutorial: Defining Subtask-Driven Actions for related information.
Select this option to let users select a single value from a drop-down list populated with the values from the First Value, Second Value, and (for trinary fields) Third Value properties.
Users select one of radio buttons labeled with the values from the First Value, Second Value, and Third Value properties.
Select this option to create a trinary field, adding a third value to the drop-down list or defining a third radio button. This option is not available when the Checkbox option is selected.
If the field is used to determine subtask status, the values you specify must be related to the three applicable subtask statuses: In Review/Progress, Accepted/Complete, and Rejected/Reverted.
These properties are not available when the Checkbox option is selected.
Select this option to make this field the only field to appear on a single row.
Search & Query
Select this option to include the field in lists on report forms. If you clear this option after the field is used in reports, the changed setting is ignored for those reports and the field is still shown until it is removed from the report definition.
Select this option to add the field to the Auxiliary Data search form and Relational Field Value Lookup form.
The field order for the Relational Field Value Lookup form for primary items is determined by the default field order of the table's first project in the project hierarchy. Projects are defined in Application Administrator.
Select this option to specify that the field will be available for selection on the Advanced Search page. This setting applies to primary and auxiliary tables. See Configuring Advanced Search for additional information.
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