17.6.1 Create new module

STEP 1: Module information
The explanation of the individual entries can be found next to the fields to be filled in. Other labels are automatically proposed by typing the name for the new module.

STEP 2: Blocks and fields
Some of the functions of the Layout Editor (those for creating and moving fields) allow you to fill in the module with the necessary content. Here, however, it is also possible to add relationship fields with other modules via the icon.

The relationship field allows you to hook a record of the chosen module. In the example, our return can be linked to a sales order in the system; the type of relationship is N to 1 (the return is linked to 1 order only; the order can be linked to several returns).
The result in the returns module will be as follows:

STEP 3: Default filter

In the first part, you can set the display of the "All" filter by choosing the columns that most interest you (similar to when you create a new Filter on a module).
In the second part, you can choose the Returns columns that will be displayed by a linked module.
The result will be as follows:

STEP 4: Relations
You will be shown the default present relations and those of type N to 1 created in the previous step. By clicking Add, you can create N to N type relations, i.e. through the relations menu. In our example, we want each return to be related to one or more suppliers, and vice versa. You can also add other N to 1 relations.