With partitions, you can create local configurations of Clarity that have their own forms, fields, processes, branding, and security rules.
You can govern globally by defining fields at the top of your organizational hierarchy and then make them required for every object instance throughout Clarity. Manage locally by deploying fields directly to child (descendant) partitions so that only child partitions must supply values for a field.
Follow these basic guidelines when working with partition models:
Overview of the partitioning process:
To work with partition models, you will need Studio - Access,
Partition - Administrator and preferably System Partition - Administrator access rights.
Note: You do not need to restart Clarity to enable partitioning
- all partitioning configuration changes are immediately available.
You can also transfer partition models and other items created in connection with partitioning from Clarity using the XML Open Gateway (XOG).