Document Attachment

The "Document Attachment" document type is designed to manage and track various document attachments within the CSF TZ module.

Each instance represents a specific document attachment and includes relevant information such as:

  • the type of attachment

  • document number

  • issue date

  • expiry date

  • the actual attached file or document.

The linking of "Document Name" to the "Attachment Type" document indicates that the system aims to categorize document attachments based on their types. Users can upload documents, associate them with specific types, and track essential details like issue and expiry dates.

Overall, the purpose of this document type is to provide a structured way to handle and organize document attachments within the system, with considerations for relationships, quick data entry, sorting, and change tracking.

  1. Fields:

    • Document Name: A link field with options linked to the "Attachment Type" document. This field establishes a relationship, associating each document attachment with a specific type of attachment.

    • Document Number: A data field for storing the document number.

    • Issue Date: A date field for recording the issue date of the document.

    • Expiry Date: A date field for recording the expiry date of the document.

    • Attachment: An attachment field (type "Attach") for uploading and associating files or documents with each instance.

  2. Table :

    • The document type is marked as a table, indicating that it can store tabular data. This suggests that there might be multiple instances of document attachments, each with its set of associated information.

  3. Quick Entry:

    • Quick Entry is enabled (set to 1), indicating that there might be a streamlined process for quickly entering data for this document type.

  4. Sorting and Display:

    • The default sort order is set to descending based on the modification date. This determines how instances of this document type are displayed, with the most recently modified ones appearing first.

  5. Tracking:

    • The document type tracks changes (set to 1), meaning that any modifications or updates to instances of this document type are logged.

  6. Database Engine:

    • It uses the InnoDB database engine, which is a commonly used storage engine for MySQL databases.