In the Minimum Value field, you will
define the value under which the entry may not fall. The value of the
entry will be checked against the minimum value upon saving the page.
If this value is not reached, a corresponding error message will be
In the Maximum Value field, you will define the
value that the entry may not exceed.
The 1000s separator can be displayed as a period or
a comma. If you select the Company Setting entry,
the separator will be output according to the setting for the number
format in the country settings of the portal for the corresponding
Default values will be automatically entered to the edit
field when entering a new data record on an edit page if a default has
been set. If No Default is selected, the edit field
will be opened as empty when entering a new data record. Default values
can be overwritten in the browser by the user, as long as the edit
field is not write-protected.
With Custom Default, an arbitrary integer can be
User Data, which exists in the User Manager in the
form of integers, such as the gender or the ID of a manager, can be
inserted as a default.
The option for Automatic Increase will set up a
counter. When a new data set is entered, the previously entered value
will be automatically increased by 1. This new value will be entered
into the edit field as a preset.
Default value only on new records has the
effect of only implementing a preset when loading a page if a new data
record is to be entered. If a null value is saved in the connected data
field, the preset will not be used.