Applications → Managing Fields → Field Settings → Options Tab of the Field Property Editor → Single Selection Field Options
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.
Select this option to let users select a value from a populated drop-down list.
To modify existing values, click within each row.
For fields in primary tables, you can include or exclude a value by selecting the Enabled check box, or you can select Enable all or Disable all from the More list to include or exclude all values.
Weights give a numeric value to each selection that can be useful for Trend reports, backlog views, and Summation fields.
You can use the default weight of 100 for each value or specify different weights for each value as needed. By default, "none" values are treated as 0. If you want "none" values to be treated as a value other than 0, change the value in the Weight for "(none)" value setting.
To manage a large number of selections, use the Import and Export options in the More list. For details, refer to Importing Selection Field Values.
To delete a value, select the value and click Delete. In the dialog box that appears, if you want to delete the value even if it is in use, uncheck the Prevent the deletion if the value is in use option. All references to the value are deleted as well.
If you delete this field and later restore it, the values you specify are also restored. For more information, see Deleting and Restoring Fields.
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.
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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