File Attachment

  1. Fields:

    • File Attachment: A data field (type "Data") labeled "File Attachment." This field is likely used to store textual information related to file attachments.

  2. Table Structure:

    • The document type is not explicitly marked as a table (no "istable" property present), suggesting that it may not be intended for storing tabular data with multiple instances.

  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. Permissions:

    • Permissions are defined for different roles, with the "System Manager" role having full access rights (create, delete, read, write, etc.).

  6. Tracking:

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

  7. Database Engine:

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

Purpose: The "File Attachment" document type appears to be a simple configuration designed to store information related to file attachments. It consists of a single field, "File Attachment," which is a data field that can store textual information associated with a file attachment.

Given its simplicity and the absence of a table structure, it seems like the purpose of this document type is to provide a basic form for recording details or metadata about file attachments. The quick entry option suggests that users can efficiently input information related to file attachments.

The specific use case and functionality may depend on the broader context of the system it is integrated into. It might be used to keep track of additional details or notes related to file attachments in a structured manner within the CSF TZ module