Field Privileges Tab of the Application Workflow, State, and Transition Property Editor

Use this tab to modify the field privileges of an application workflow, state, or transition.
Element Description
Override field privileges Select this option if you want to make changes to field privileges.
List of fields

The fields in this list are divided into sections, such as Standard and Advanced. The initial field placement is based on the privilege section specified in the field Property Editor.

To change the field privileges in each section, do one of the following:
  • Drag and drop fields between sections. You can only drop a field into a section that is allowed for the field. For example, you cannot move a required system field into the Not Used section.
  • Select one or more fields, right-click, select Move To, and then select the target section. Only those sections that are allowed for all of the selected fields are available.
To change the field ordering within a section, do one of the following:
  • Drag and drop the fields.
  • Right-click any of the fields, point to Sort, and then select Ascending or Descending.
  • Right-click on any of the fields, and then select Move Up or Move Down.
  • Select a field and then press CTRL+Up or CTRL+Down.

To find a field in the list, right-click in the list and then select Find.

Fields in the section-name Section When you select a field in the Override field privileges list, this section displays the privileges for that field. For example, this section could indicate that fields in the Advanced section can be changed by the Administrator and Manager roles, can be read by the Developer role, and are not visible to the User role.

The Sections privileges specified in the Roles editor determines what is displayed. For example, suppose View Fields in the 'User' Section (View User Fields) is not selected for the User role in the Roles editor. A user with the User role will not be able to see any fields in the User section on the form.

Related Topics

Field Organization

Using the Property Editors