Where to use domain classes
By defining style sheet rules for domain classes, you can enhance the usability for your users. Here are some suggestions of how you can use these domain classes:
You can highlight mandatory fields in a page. This way, it is immediately clear to your users which fields they have to complete.
You can highlight primary key fields in a page. This way, it is immediately clear which column values identify a specific record.
You can choose another font for fields with UPPERCASE data.
You can add an extra border or change the background color for fields with a height of multiple lines.
You can change the background color or the font type for insensitive fields, for example for non-updatable fields, or non-queryable fields in a Search group. This domain class is set when the State property has been set to insensitive.
For fields that contain a URL that can be clicked to navigate to another location, you can change the font color.