You can set a hierarchy of domains and view those relationships on the domain map to
see how they relate to each other.
All domain maps must have one domain set as the primary domain. In addition, each
domain in the domain map must meet these criteria:
- The Parent field must be filled in (the primary domain is
the only exception to this).
- The Active check box must be selected.
The domain map does not draw domain relationships for domains that fail to meet the
Click the plus (+) or minus (-)
icons on the domain headers to show or hide sub domains.
To create relationships:
Select the domain record that is the parent (container) domain of the
new contains relationship.
domain scope to switch between the session scope and record
scope, if necessary.
From the Contains Domains related list, click
Select the domain records that is the child (contained) domains of the
contains relationship. Only child domains appear by default when the
domain picker is set to Global. Toggle the domain scope to see all
domains in slushbucket.
Click Save, and then click