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Book Fields

The Book Edit page and the Book Detail page show details of custom books. You can change the details of a book, add subbooks to a book, and add users to a book.

The following table provides additional information regarding some fields.

Field

Description

Key Book Information

Book Name

The name given to the book.

Parent Book

Shows the name of the parent book if the book is a subbook. If the book is a root book, this field is blank.

Book Type

Books can be assigned a book type to help organize book structures. For information about creating book types, see Creating Book Types and Book User Roles.

Can Contain Data

Indicates if records can be associated with this book. For performance reasons, books that do not contain data must not have this check box selected.

Partner

Specific to Oracle CRM On Demand for Partner Relationship Management. For more information, see Oracle CRM On Demand for Partner Relationship Management Configuration Guide in the Oracle CRM On Demand documentation library on Oracle Technology Network.

Partner Location

Specific to Oracle CRM On Demand for Partner Relationship Management. For more information, see Oracle CRM On Demand for Partner Relationship Management Configuration Guide in the Oracle CRM On Demand documentation library on Oracle Technology Network.

Sub-Books Section

Book Name

The name of a book that is a subbook of the current book.

Book Type

The book type of the subbook.

Can Contain Data

Indicates if records can be associated with the subbook.

Book Users Section

Last Name

The last name of a user associated with this book.

First Name

The first name of a user associated with this book.

Book User Role

The user’s book role for the current book. A book user role can be assigned to a user when the user is associated with a book. Book user roles are not user roles in Oracle CRM On Demand. For information about creating book user roles, see Creating Book Types and Book User Roles.

Access Profile

The user's access rights to the current book and any subbooks. Select from the list of profiles that are enabled for books. For information about creating access profiles specifically for books, see Creating Access Profiles for Books.


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