Process Customization (Window ID-200095)

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Window: Process Customization

Description: Define Process Customization for Role/User

Help: The customization values defined here overwrite/replace the default system definition if defined.

Tab: Process Customization

Description: User defined Process

Help: User defined Process

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Fields
Name Description Help Technical Data
Client Client/Tenant for this installation. A Client is a company or a legal entity. You cannot share data between Clients. Tenant is a synonym for Client. AD_UserDef_Proc.AD_Client_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
Organization Organizational entity within client An organization is a unit of your client or legal entity - examples are store, department. You can share data between organizations. AD_UserDef_Proc.AD_Org_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
Role Responsibility Role The Role determines security and access a user who has this Role will have in the System. AD_UserDef_Proc.AD_Role_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
User/Contact User within the system - Internal or Business Partner Contact The User identifies a unique user in the system. This could be an internal user or a business partner contact AD_UserDef_Proc.AD_User_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
Process Process or Report The Process field identifies a unique Process or Report in the system. AD_UserDef_Proc.AD_Process_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
Active The record is active in the system There are two methods of making records unavailable in the system: One is to delete the record, the other is to de-activate the record. A de-activated record is not available for selection, but available for reports.

There are two reasons for de-activating and not deleting records: (1) The system requires the record for audit purposes. (2) The record is referenced by other records. E.g., you cannot delete a Business Partner, if there are invoices for this partner record existing. You de-activate the Business Partner and prevent that this record is used for future entries.

AD_UserDef_Proc.IsActive
character(1)
Yes-No
Name Alphanumeric identifier of the entity The name of an entity (record) is used as an default search option in addition to the search key. The name is up to 60 characters in length. AD_UserDef_Proc.Name
character varying(60)
String
Description Optional short description of the record A description is limited to 255 characters. AD_UserDef_Proc.Description
character varying(255)
String
Comment/Help Comment or Hint The Help field contains a hint, comment or help about the use of this item. AD_UserDef_Proc.Help
character varying(2000)
Text
Language Language for this entity The Language identifies the language to use for display and formatting AD_UserDef_Proc.AD_Language
character varying(6)
Table

Tab: User defined Process Parameter

Description: User defined Process Parameter

Help: User defined Process Parameter

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Fields
Name Description Help Technical Data
Client Client/Tenant for this installation. A Client is a company or a legal entity. You cannot share data between Clients. Tenant is a synonym for Client. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.AD_Client_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
Organization Organizational entity within client An organization is a unit of your client or legal entity - examples are store, department. You can share data between organizations. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.AD_Org_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
User defined Process Primary Key : User defined Process Primary Key : User defined Process AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.AD_UserDef_Proc_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
Active The record is active in the system There are two methods of making records unavailable in the system: One is to delete the record, the other is to de-activate the record. A de-activated record is not available for selection, but available for reports.

There are two reasons for de-activating and not deleting records: (1) The system requires the record for audit purposes. (2) The record is referenced by other records. E.g., you cannot delete a Business Partner, if there are invoices for this partner record existing. You de-activate the Business Partner and prevent that this record is used for future entries.

AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.IsActive
character(1)
Yes-No
Process Parameter AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.AD_Process_Para_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
Range The parameter is a range of values The Range checkbox indicates that this parameter is a range of values. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.IsRange
character(1)
Yes-No
Name Alphanumeric identifier of the entity The name of an entity (record) is used as an default search option in addition to the search key. The name is up to 60 characters in length. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.Name
character varying(60)
String
Description Optional short description of the record A description is limited to 255 characters. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.Description
character varying(255)
String
Comment/Help Comment or Hint The Help field contains a hint, comment or help about the use of this item. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.Help
character varying(2000)
Text
Placeholder AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.Placeholder
character varying(255)
String
Placeholder2 AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.Placeholder2
character varying(255)
String
Sequence Method of ordering records; lowest number comes first The Sequence indicates the order of records AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.SeqNo
numeric(10)
Integer
Reference System Reference and Validation The Reference could be a display type, list or table validation. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.AD_Reference_ID
numeric(10)
Table
Reference Key Required to specify, if data type is Table or List The Reference Value indicates where the reference values are stored. It must be specified if the data type is Table or List. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.AD_Reference_Value_ID
numeric(10)
Table
Value Format Format of the value; Can contain fixed format elements, Variables: "_lLoOaAcCa09" Validation elements:
	(Space) any character

_ Space (fixed character) l any Letter a..Z NO space L any Letter a..Z NO space converted to upper case o any Letter a..Z or space O any Letter a..Z or space converted to upper case a any Letters & Digits NO space A any Letters & Digits NO space converted to upper case c any Letters & Digits or space C any Letters & Digits or space converted to upper case 0 Digits 0..9 NO space 9 Digits 0..9 or space

Example of format "(000)_000-0000"

AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.VFormat
character varying(40)
String
Dynamic Validation Dynamic Validation Rule These rules define how an entry is determined to valid. You can use variables for dynamic (context sensitive) validation. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.AD_Val_Rule_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
Default Logic Default value hierarchy, separated by ; The defaults are evaluated in the order of definition, the first not null value becomes the default value of the column. The values are separated by comma or semicolon. a) Literals:. 'Text' or 123 b) Variables - in format @Variable@ - Login e.g. #Date, #AD_Org_ID, #AD_Client_ID - Accounting Schema: e.g. , - Global defaults: e.g. DateFormat - Window values (all Picks, CheckBoxes, RadioButtons, and DateDoc/DateAcct) c) SQL code with the tag: @SQL=SELECT something AS DefaultValue FROM ... The SQL statement can contain variables. There can be no other value other than the SQL statement. The default is only evaluated, if no user preference is defined. Default definitions are ignored for record columns as Key, Parent, Client as well as Buttons. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.DefaultValue
character varying(2000)
String
Default Logic 2 Default value hierarchy, separated by ; The defaults are evaluated in the order of definition, the first not null value becomes the default value of the column. The values are separated by comma or semicolon. a) Literals:. 'Text' or 123 b) Variables - in format @Variable@ - Login e.g. #Date, #AD_Org_ID, #AD_Client_ID - Accounting Schema: e.g. , - Global defaults: e.g. DateFormat - Window values (all Picks, CheckBoxes, RadioButtons, and DateDoc/DateAcct) c) SQL code with the tag: @SQL=SELECT something AS DefaultValue FROM ... The SQL statement can contain variables. There can be no other value other than the SQL statement. The default is only evaluated, if no user preference is defined. Default definitions are ignored for record columns as Key, Parent, Client as well as Buttons. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.DefaultValue2
character varying(2000)
String
Min. Value Minimum Value for a field The Minimum Value indicates the lowest allowable value for a field. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.ValueMin
character varying(20)
String
Max. Value Maximum Value for a field The Maximum Value indicates the highest allowable value for a field AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.ValueMax
character varying(20)
String
Mandatory Data entry is required in this column The field must have a value for the record to be saved to the database. AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.IsMandatory
character(1)
List
Displayed Determines, if this field is displayed If the field is displayed, the field Display Logic will determine at runtime, if it is actually displayed AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.IsDisplayed
character(1)
List
Read Only Logic Logic to determine if field is read only (applies only when field is read-write) format := {expression} [{logic} {expression}]

expression := @{context}@{operand}{value} or @{context}@{operand}{value}
logic := {|}|{&}
context := any global or window context
value := strings or numbers
logic operators := AND or OR with the previous result from left to right
operand := eq{=}, gt{>}, le{<}, not{~^!}
Examples:
@AD_Table_ID@=14 | @Language@!GERGER
@PriceLimit@>10 | @PriceList@>@PriceActual@
@Name@>J
Strings may be in single quotes (optional)

AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.ReadOnlyLogic
character varying(2000)
Text
Display Logic If the Field is displayed, the result determines if the field is actually displayed format := {expression} [{logic} {expression}]

expression := @{context}@{operand}{value} or @{context}@{operand}{value}
logic := {|}|{&}
context := any global or window context
value := strings or numbers
logic operators := AND or OR with the previous result from left to right
operand := eq{=}, gt{>}, le{<}, not{~^!}
Examples:
@AD_Table_ID@=14 | @Language@!GERGER
@PriceLimit@>10 | @PriceList@>@PriceActual@
@Name@>J
Strings may be in single quotes (optional)

AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.DisplayLogic
character varying(2000)
Text
Mandatory Logic AD_UserDef_Proc_Parameter.MandatoryLogic
character varying(2000)
Text


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