Introducing global

Not all records in the instance will be tagged with a domain. Some tables, such as those that store properties and Script Includes, do not have a Domain field. These items will be processed regardless of what domain is in use. For tables that are separated by domain, such as Business Rules, it is possible for the Domain field to be empty. In both these situations, the item is considered to be global.

Global is technically not a domain. Instead, it is the absence of a domain. If a record is global (ie, the Domain field is empty), then it is outside of domain processing. This means that if a Business Rule has no domain, it is always run. If a group has no domain, everyone can see it, regardless of what domain the user is ...

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