For example, if you want the heading text Overall Assessment, Areas for Development and Improvement, Strengths and Improvement Areas and Development Actions Resulting From Performance Review to appear on a questionnaire, you identify them as categories.
Notice that the text Strengths and Improvement Areas and Development Actions Resulting From Performance Review are minor headings under Areas for Development and Improvement. Although the four pieces of text are all headings (categories), you can treat these smaller, minor headings as sub-categories in Oracle Human Resources. Any category can act as a parent for child categories, which means that you can create headings with several levels.
The example below shows how categories and sub-categories (minor headings) are entered in the application to create the questions page illustrated in Figure 1 - 36.
|First Category||Overall Assessment|
|Second Category||Areas for Development and Improvement|
|First Sub-Category:||Strengths and Improvement Areas|
|Second Sub-Category:||Development Actions Resulting from Performance Review|