Configuring Fields → About Field Configuration → About Field Organization
Field sections are provided for organizing fields on state and transition forms. Organizing fields in sections provides a way to group fields for display, as well as to limit user accessibility to certain fields. When quick forms are used, field sections are used to control security and field layout. When custom forms are used, field sections are used to control security only.
In SBM Composer, you assign fields to privilege sections when you create them in tables. You can also override privilege sections for each field for workflows, states, and transitions. These settings apply to quick forms and custom forms.
In Application Administrator, you can override inherited field order fields for projects and for individual states and transitions.
Grant field section privileges to roles in your application in SBM Composer.
Grant privileges to field sections for your application to groups in Application Administrator.
Grant privileges to field sections for application users in Application Administrator.
For details on changing field order, refer to Reordering Fields.
Provided field sections enable you to control access to fields through role-based privileges and user and group privileges.
The following set of field sections are provided:
Use this section to store fields that are visible to users with privileges to fields in this section. Typically, this section is used to store fields that are automatically populated by the system, such as the Owner or State fields. You can then limit access to this section so that users cannot inadvertently change your process.
Provides a place to store fields that you may not want users to view or update for a particular workflow, state, transition, or project.
Provides a place to store fields that are not used in a particular workflow or auxiliary table. Fields placed in this section for tables or workflows are not available for modifications for projects, states, or transitions.
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