Dependent Choice List Values are shown "blue" in the list view for a table in child domain
Dependent choice is not in the child domain
Make sure that all dependent values are in the child domain
Creating Domain-Specific Choice Lists
For choice list values, as for other UI components like lists, forms, sections, and so on, domain separation also determines which records appear on a page.
- If there is a choice in the current domain, then it is used.
- If there is no choice in the current domain, then the choice that is in the closest parent domain is used.
- If no choice is found in the current domain or any parent, then the form that is in the global domain is used.
This logic applies to choice list values as a set. As soon as one choice list is found for the relevant table and field, then only that set of choices appears in the drop-down list.
|Note: Administrators should ensure that choices are unique across domains to prevent administrative confusion in the global domain.|