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what is the significance of range-of-values in a domain?

Former Member
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hi all,

can anyone explain the significance of range-of-values in a domain?. Can anyone explain with an realtime scenario.

thanxs in advance

hari

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Former Member

The value range of a domain can be limited by defining fixed values. In

this case, only the values entered in the fixed values are possible for

all the table fields referring to this domain. The fixed values can be

single values or intervals.

You can only define fixed values for domains of data types CHAR, NUMC,

DEC, INT1, INT2 and INT4.

There is only an input check of the mask for data types CHAR and NUMC.

Note that the system only checks single values for NUMC.

if a check table and fixed values are defined for a table field, only

values that exist in both the check table and in the fixed values can be

entered in the field.

Former Member
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SIGNIFICANCE:

<b>Single Value</b>

The value range of a domain can be limited by defining fixed values. In this case, only the values entered in the fixed values are possible for all the table fields referring to this domain. The fixed values can be single values or intervals.

You can only define fixed values for domains of data types CHAR, NUMC, DEC, INT1, INT2 and INT4.

Dependencies

There is only an input check of the mask for data types CHAR and NUMC. Note that the system only checks single values for NUMC.

if a check table and fixed values are defined for a table field, only values that exist in both the check table and in the fixed values can be entered in the field.

<b>Lower limit of interval</b>

The value range of a domain can be limited by defining fixed values. In this case, only the values entered in the fixed values are possible for all the table fields referring to this domain. The fixed values can be single values or intervals.

You can only define fixed values for domains of data types CHAR, NUMC, DEC, INT1, INT2 and INT4.

Dependencies

There is only an input check of the mask for data types CHAR and NUMC. Note that the system only checks single values for NUMC.

if a check table and fixed values are defined for a table field, only values that exist in both the check table and in the fixed values can be entered in the field.

Regards,

Pavan

Former Member
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It is to give value table to the field whose domain will be of that type. Here if we mention some fixed values or some ranges after that when we create some field of corresponding that domain then while populating the table, the field only contains that values givin in the domain value table.

Former Member
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Hi,

<b>Range of values in a domain restrict to enter the value of a data elements having that domain.</b>

That means if you define soame value of range for a domain then when the data element would only accept the those values. when any record would be save agaist any data element of that domain then it will check th erange,if fall within that range then will allow to save otherwise not.

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Debjani Lahiri</i></b>

Former Member
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hi all,

thanxs for your responses. i have assigned points.

regds

hari