The System Lookups section of the Setup Area allows administrators to add values to specific menus throughout the platform. Predefined values such as Relationship Types, Occupations, or facility Location types can all be edited or added to from this area.
Access to System Lookups should be limited to very few users (read: only SPoCs) who can be trusted to not delete or modify System Lookup values. A user has access to System Lookups when the Setup Admin field set to Yes on their User record. But remember, with great power comes great responsibility, so grant it with extreme caution. If there is any doubt, this is not the time to take a risk. In fact, we strongly recommend regularly reviewing which of your users has Setup Admin set to Yes and returning it to No for as many users as possible.
Do NOT add to, edit, or delete any records from the System Lookup pages or edit System Lookup values without first consulting Support.
If you want to hide some of the values in a System Lookup page from users, consider using a view to filter out the unwanted values and using that as your default view and picklist on the Page record.
Alphabetical Listing of all System Lookup Pages:
Batch Entry Types
Contact Statuses: Do not add to, edit, or delete these values, as they are used throughout the system in various ways
Group Role Directions
Group Role Intensities
Group Role Types
Household Positions: Do not add to, edit, or delete these values (That's right—you can't touch this. Or at least you shouldn't ;), as they are used throughout the system in various ways
- 1 = Head of Household
- 2 = Minor Child (supports Parent tokens in CIS)
- 3 = Other Adult
- 4 = Adult Child
- 5 = Guest Child (supports Parent tokens in CIS)
- 6 = Company
- Household Types
Identity Provider Types
Item Statuses - deprecated
Marital Statuses - Do not delete these values
Process Statuses - deprecated
Process Step Types
Process Submission Statuses
Room Usage Types
Statement Frequencies: Do not add to, edit, or delete these values. They are used throughout the system in various ways.
Statement Methods: Do not add to, edit, or delete these values. They are used throughout the system in various ways.
Statement Types: Do not add to, edit, or delete these values. They are used throughout the system in various ways.
Time Off Types