Workday defines a domain as a collection of related securable items, such as tasks, business processes, and reports. Each domain is secured by a domain security policy.
When you describe domains, do:
- Start your domain descriptions with “Enables users to …”.
- Complete the description with “this domain is nonconfigurable” when the domain isn’t configurable.
- Include 1 or more verbs after the beginning of the sentence to describe the types of actions secured by the domain.
- Add country-specific information before the description, if applicable.
When you describe domains, don't:
- Leave the domain description blank.
- Refer to specific tasks, reports, and other items secured to the domain.
Domain Description Examples
- Enables users to create, change, and view a student’s alternate plan.
- Enables users to set up reasons for not purging student data.
- France-specific domain: Enables users to view and update OETH reporting details.
- Ability to Create, Update, View a student's Alternate Plan.
- Enables access to set up reasons for not purging student data on the Maintain Do Not Purge Student Reasons task.*
- FRA-specific domain. This domain enables you to view and update OETH reporting details.
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