Pete Helgren wrote:
You might want to give some consideration to who would also have
access to these fields. Will the user that created them have full access
and other users have no access (or view or?). Also, can these be
attributes be edited after they have been created (OH! I meant to create
a field that was 40 characters, not 400!).

Good point, Pete. I have some infrastructure in place enabling administrators to indicate user access rights to fields in standard maintenance programs, but I haven't fully considered how to implement something comparable for user defined fields.

Regarding changing a field definition after it has been initially defined, I think I can be fairly flexible about that, particularly with a browser UI. HTML can be generated on the fly. It's not like a *DSPF object that needs to be recompiled.

Nathan.

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