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(Note: This is one of the objects related to Application Requirements and Checklist. For a use case and example, see here.)
Introduced in v3.11, a Requirement represents the required actions that users need to perform for a process.
For example, an applicant is required to upload his academic transcript during the Program Application process.
Requirements are displayed on a checklist (on the Program Application or Application page), for the applicants to fulfil and for the faculty/admin to review and approve.
Multiple Requirements can be grouped under a Requirement Set.
These will be created on the target object when a criteria field returns an expected value, to trigger the cloning from templates.
Requirement Set Template ---> Requirement Set.
- Requirement Template ---> Requirement.
See use case here.
|Requirement Name||The name of this record.|
|Requirement Set||The parent Requirement Set that this Requirement belongs under.|
|Requirement Code||Copied over from the code in the Requirement Template (a unique code for each individual).|
The due date that this Requirement needs to be completed.
Unlike the Due Days in the Requirement Template, which starts after a Requirement is submitted, the Due Date in the Requirement can be set to a specific date.
As of v3.12, this is now calculated by the REQ_SetDates_TDTM.
|Requirement Detail||Rich text field for the description or notes (if any).|
|Submitted||Checkbox denoting if this Requirement has been submitted (user has performed the required action).|
|Submit Date||The date this Requirement is submitted (user has performed the required action).|
Status of admin or faculty's review for this Requirement:
|Review Date||The date this Requirement has been reviewed (finalized).|
|Requirement Template||The Requirement Template this Requirement is copied from.|