Multi-Group fields allow users to choose one or more groups.
fields are defined in
but you can perform the following configuration tasks in the
SBM System Administrator
The following options are defined in
except for default and selection values.
Default Values — Indicates the pre-selected values for this
field, if applicable. You can change these values as needed.
- Allow Searching — Enables the
Value Find feature for the field on submit, transition, and
update forms. Users can enter search criteria (an entire word, a few letters,
or an asterisk) and then click search icon or press
Enter to perform the search. Results appear in a drop-down
list, from which users select a value for the field. This option also enables
users to search for values in the Rich Editable Grid.
Tip: If the field will contain 200 or more selections,
this option is recommended for best performance. If you do not allow searching,
fields that contain over 250 selection values are automatically set as
searchable in the Editable Grid.
- List Box — Enables users to select one or
more values from a drop-down list.
- Check Boxes — Enables users to select one or
more values from check boxes populated with selections listed in the Selections
- Height of List Box
— Indicates the number of rows that display values for the field
on forms. You can set the number of rows to display as appropriate for the
number of expected values for the field. This option is available for the
List Box and
Allow Searching options.
Note: If the number of selections exceeds this value, selections are
displayed in a dual list box instead of a single list box. However, this option
is not used in
SBM Work Center.
All list boxes are displayed side-by-side in submit, transition, and update
- Selections — Lists the selections for the field.
- Status — Indicates the selection's status.
- Show Selections Referencing Deleted Users or Groups — Includes
in the list users or groups that were previously specified as selections and
later deleted. You can then delete the selection referencing the deleted user
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