Tuesday, June 8, 2010
- In a concurrent program, we may want users to enter only number between 1 and 100 for a particular parameter.
- In a concurrent program, we may want users to enter only Yes or No for a particular parameter.
- Suppose a concurrent program has two parameters. First parameter is department and second parameter is employee name. On selecting a particular department, we want to show only those employee names which belongs to the selected department.
- In a descriptive flex field enabled on a particular screen, we want to show only a designated list of values for selection by a user.
- In case of accounting reports, we may want users to enter a range of key flex field values (concatenated segments).
- No Security
- Hierarchical Security
- Non-Hierarchical Security
None You use a None type value set when you want to allow users to enter any value so long as that value meets the value set formatting rules. That is, the value must not exceed the maximum length you define for your value set, and it must meet any format requirements for that value set.
Special & Pair Value Sets: