Document Layout

The Parameter document includes the Edit Parameter tab. This tab is where you define the modules, type, rules, and description of the parameters.

Edit Parameter tab definitions:

Title

Description

Namespace Code

Required. Select the appropriate Namespace code for the parameter from the Namespace Code list or search for it from the lookup.

Parameter Component

Required. Enter the parameter component code or search for it from the Parameter Component lookup Description: _searchicon.

Application Namespace

Required. Enter the application namespace to identify the application to which this parameter applies. Note that the same parameter can have different values for different applications.

Parameter Name

 

Required. Enter the name of the parameter being defined.

Parameter Value

 

Required. Enter the value for the parameter. The nature of a given parameter determines what form the parameter value should take. In some cases it is text for a KFS user to view or it could be a value such as an account number or an object code. In cases where multiple values are allowed they should be separated by a semi-colon. Consult with technical resources if you are unsure what format a specific parameter value should take.

Parameter Description

 

Required. Describe the purpose and usage of the parameter. The description is used for a documentation purpose.

Parameter Type Code

 

Required. Select the parameter type code from the Parameter Type list or search for it from the lookup Description: _searchicon.

Default types include:

System Configuration: Used to establish institution values not specific to validation.

Document Validation: Used to establish business rules for documents.

Parameter Constraint Code

Required. Select Allowed if the parameter is to allow the defined parameter value within the KFS application. Select Denied if the parameter is to deny the defined parameter value within the KFS application. Consult with technical resources if you are unsure of the appropriate constraint code for a given parameter.

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