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Custom part fields can be used to create part filters or supplement the set of base attributes available for parts. For more information on part filters, see Part Filters.
CPQ Cloud supports up to 30 custom part fields. These fields are pre-defined and can be hidden or displayed on the search pages.
There are 30 fields in all.
Customizing Part Fields
Click Parts in the Products section.
The Parts Search for Admin page appears.
Click Customize Part Fields.
The Part Defined Fields page appears.
In the Type column, select the field type for the custom field.
The choices, or whether you have a choice, depend on the row you selected.
Click Create Field for the custom field you want to create.
The Menu Editor page appears.
Enter the values for the available fields, which depend on data and field type:
|Element||Data Type||Field Type||Description|
|Field Name||Number and Text||All available||Enter a name for the custom part field. This is a required field.|
|Default Value||Number||Float and Integer||Enter a default value that will pre-populate the Custom Part field. This is a required field.|
|Required||Number and Text||All available||Select if the FullAccess user must enter a value into the Custom Part field when creating new part numbers.|
|Show Field||Number and Text||All available||Select user-side pages that will display the Custom Part field. Options include Search Page, Search Results Page, BOM page, and Detail Page.|
|Precision||Number||Float||Choose the number of decimal places that will be accepted in the Custom Part field.|
|Validation Fields||Number||Float and Integer||Choose a validation type of either Check Float in Range or Check for Positive Float. You can also enter a minimum and maximum value.|
|Unit Fields||Number||Float||Select a conversion group and its associated default unit for the custom part field.|
|Search Operator||Number||Float and Integer||
Select an operator for the custom part field.
Choose both a leading and a trailing wild-card.
|Menu Population||Text||Single Select Menu and multi-select Menu||Populate menu values. For more information, see Menu Attributes.|
You return to the Part Defined Fields page and the part now appears in the Part Define Fields section.
To create part filters, change the value in Filter/Normal from Normal to Filter.
For more information, see Part Filters.