In a Nutshell
With Field Classifications you can fine-tune access and visibility of custom fields by marking fields containing personal or sensitive data. Additionally, you can use this screen to view the classification level for standard data object fields in Coresystems FSM .
ATTENTION: To perform actions within the FSM Applications a User must have at least
|1||Custom Field field classifications can be adjusted.|
|2||For all standard fields there is a defined classification setting that can also be adjusted as needed.|
|3||In the field configuration / UDFMeta there is a property for classification which is set for each field.|
|4||When a new field is added to the system the default classification
|5||A user group can be assigned to one or more classification types.|
|6||A user can access all fields matching the classification types selected within his user group.|
|7||A user has access to these fields within all coresystems modules (WFM, MDM, …).|
|8||By default all user groups have the access to
|9||All default users of coresystems FSM must have access to
API and Data Exchange
|10||If a field is classified as
|11||Within the mobile app, the classification is applied on every sync.|
The Standard Field Definitions screen is access at Admin > Company > Custom Objects > Standard Field Definitions.
These field classifications for custom objects are company-specific. That means if you have an account with multiple companies, fields classifications will also have to be edited where applicable for the other custom objects/fields shared with these companies.
A Closer Look
Standard Field Definitions List
The list view contains all fields contained in the Coresystem FSM applications. Here, you can view and modify the field classifications for standard DTO fields.
|Name||The name of the field contained in the DTO.|
|Mandatory||When active, the field is mandatory.|
|Object||The data object (DTO) with which the field is associated.|
|Type||The type of data associated with the field.
Options include: boolean; datetime; array; enum; integer; float; string.
Standard Field Definition
By selecting a standard field definition, you can view and adjust the field classification level.
|Name||The name of the field. Please note that all names are in camel case (example:
|Mandatory||Read-only. When active, the field is mandatory.|
|Object Type||Read-only. The data object with which the field is associated.|
|Type||Read-only. The data type associated with the field.|
|Classification Level*||Required. The classifcation level associated with the field. For more information on classification level types, refer to the Classification Level Types section.|
Classification Level Types
The following classification levels can be assigned to Custom fields and standard fields:
|Internal||The data contained in the field is for internal-use only.|
|Restricted||The data contained in the field contained sensitive personal data.|
|Confidential||The data contained in the field contains personal data.|
|Public||The data contained in the field is public.|
Custom Field Definition
By selecting an existing custom field definition or creating a new custom field definition, you can view and manage the field classification level:
Custom fields that have been defined can then be reutilized in another custom data object. When a custom field is updated, all instances where the custom field is referenced will also be updated.
|Name||The name of the property of the custom object.|
|Description||A description of the custom object/field. For internal purposes only.|
|Mandatory||On or Off. When
|Type||Required. When adding an additional field (property) to a custom data object, you will be able to select a data type.
Options include: boolean; date; date time; integer; float; string; time; referenced object.
For more information, refer to the Custom Fields.
|Editable||Yes or no. By selecting
|If the custom field has already been defined, this link will appear. By clicking on the link, the application will redirect you to the custom field definition view. If you edit the custom field definition here, it will udpdate all instances where the custom field is referenced.|
|Classification Level||Required. The classifcation level associated with the field. For more information on classification level types, refer to the Classification Level Types section.|