Model builders can configure different settings for lists in a model, such as the top level item and selective access.
To configure a list:
- Select General Lists
in the model settings bar.
- Select a list, then select Open.
- Select Configure.
Refer to the table below for a description of each available setting.
Note: You can also configure each setting in the relevant columns in General Lists
|Top Level Item||Assign a top level item to the list. A top level item represents the highest level in a hierarchy, and summarizes the data in your list. For example, the top level item for the P1 Products list is All Products.|
|Parent Hierarchy||Assign a parent list to create a composite hierarchy in your model.|
|Category||Assign a category that summarizes the information in the list. Categories exist by default.|
|Data Tags||Assign data tags to group related information in the list.|
|Selective Access Enabled?||Enable Selective Access for the list. Selective Access restricts access to lists and list items on a user-by-user basis.|
|Production Data?||Mark the list as a production list for Application Lifecycle Management (ALM).|
|Managed By||Not available.|
|Workflow Enabled?||This is a legacy feature.|
|Numbered List?||Mark the list as a numbered list.|
|Use Top Level as Default Page?|
Mark the list's top level item as a default page selector in the User Experience for modules and dashboards.
Use Top Level as Default Page? is overridden if changes are made to:
Note: If an end user does not have access to view the top level item, the page selector defaults to the first list item in the list.