Project Classifications in Project Templates
The classification you enter in the Quick Entry field overrides all project classifications you define in the template for a given class category. If you use a class category with a classification Quick Entry field, the project classifications you entered in the template for that class category are not copied to the new project.
The examples below illustrate various ways to define project classifications in your templates and Quick Entry fields.
Example 1: Use template definition and Quick Entry field
In Table 1 - 10, you define the class category Market Sector in the template and Funding Source in Quick Entry fields.
Example 2: Override classification in template with Quick Entry field
In Table 1 - 11, you define a classification for the Market Sector class category in the template and a Quick Entry field. The classification you enter in the Quick Entry overrides the classification you define in the template for that class category, even if you leave the Quick Entry field blank. In this case, Oracle Projects creates the new project without a Market Sector classification.
Example 3: Use a class category more than once in Quick Entry
You can allow entry of more than one classification for a class category if you define the class category to allow more than one code per project.
In Table 1 - 12, you enter two classifications with the class category (Lead Source).