Applications → Managing Fields → Field Settings → Options Tab of the Field Property Editor → Multi-Relational Field Options
Multi-Relational fields let users select one or more values from a different table to associate with the current item.
Select this option to enable the value find feature for the field on submit, transition, and update forms. This enables users to search for values.
Specify the number of items that should be visible, without scrolling, in the list box for this field. This should typically be the number of expected values. If the number is too small, scroll bars are added to the list box, and with the List box option, dual list boxes are also presented. This option is unavailable when the Checkboxes option is selected.
Select this option to let users select one or more values from a drop-down list populated with selections added to the Relational field table.
Select this option to let users select one or more check boxes.
Select the application containing the table of values with which you want to populate this field.
Select the table containing the values with which you want to populate this field.
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 inactive items will be included in lists on transition forms and report forms.
This option enables the value find and relational field value lookup for the field. (See Allow Searching under Style above for a description of the value find feature.) The relational field value lookup feature provides an advanced searching mechanism that lets users find values for Single Relational and Multi-Relational fields. If this option is enabled, an additional search icon is available for the field.
This option lets users select a value from a drop-down list on the Relational Field Value Lookup form and Query-at-Runtime form for reports.
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