Navigate to System Definition > Tables > New.
At the top of the new table record, the following fields are the first to be configured:
|1||Label||The display name for this table that can be localized.||< Your Unique Label >|
|2||Name||The internal name of the table that cannot later be changed.||< u_your_unique_name >|
|3||Extends table||Table this table inherits fields from.||‘Stage’ [x_snd_eb_stage]|
|4||Create module||Creates a module in the Application Navigator.||< checked >|
|5||Add module to menu||The name of the Application menu to add the module to.||‘[ws] Unifi’|
Your form should look something like this:
- Do not click ‘Submit’ (there are more fields to configure on the form first):
‘Controls’ Tab Fields
- Click on the ‘Controls’ tab & configure the following fields:
|1||Create access controls||Select to automatically create basic access controls rules for this table.||< checked >|
|2||User role||Role required for end users to access this table.||‘itil’|
Your tab should look like the one pictured below:
‘Application Access’ Tab Fields
- Click on the ‘Application Access’ tab & configure the following fields:
|1||Accessible from||Choose whether just this, or all application scopes have access to this table.||‘All application scopes’|
|2||Can read||Allow other application scopes to run scripts that read data from this table.||< checked >|
|3||Can create||Allow other application scopes to run scripts that create data in this table.||< checked >|
|4||Can update||Allow other application scopes to run scripts that update data in this table.||< checked >|
|5||Can delete||Allow other application scopes to run scripts that delete data from this table.||< checked >|
|6||Allow access to this table via web services||Flag to determine if web service calls can be made to this table.||< checked >|
|7||Allow configuration||Allow design time configuration of this table from other application scopes.||< checked >|
The ‘Application Access’ tab should look like this:
‘Columns’ Tab Fields
- Lastly, (before we click ‘Submit’), we are now ready to add the fields that will map to the table/fields we are integrating with.
Note: Ordinarily, you will add as many columns as is appropriate to suit the requirements of your integration. In this guide, however, we are configuring a basic Incident integration as an example, so we will create the following columns on our table:
|#||Column Label||Column Name||Type||Max Length|
- Now click ‘Submit’.
You should see the newly created columns on the record (see image below):
Note: This list has been sorted to display by Column label order.
Next, we shall go on to configure the Process.