List Type :
List of Value : If the value set is between 10 to 200 items then select this feature. The user will not see a list of values in the self-service application.
Long List of Values : If the value set is more than 200 items then select this feature. This will require the user to enter a partial value for the list to be populated. If self-service applications are used then don’t use this option since it will not populate. Do not enable this feature for a non-validated value set.
Poplist : select poplist if the list of values are required in self-service application
No Security : No security feature is enabled for this value set.
Hierarchical Security : Any security rule that is applied to the parent values applied to the child values since this feature combines value security & value hierarchy.
Non-Hierarchical Security : Security is enabled, but any security rule applied to the parent will not flow to the child.
- None (not validated at all)
- Special (advanced)
- Pair (advanced)
- Translatable Independent
- Translatable Dependent
In our scenario we have account and sub account. When we select bank account as natural account, then the sub account valid values should be A bank, B Bank & C Bank etc. When we select Equipment’s as the natural account the sub account valid values should be Computers, Printers, Plotters etc.
Sequence for creating the Dependent Value set
- Create your independent value set first
- Create your dependent value set, specifying a default value
- Define your independent values
- Define your dependent values