A context type can have as many other context types associated with it as you want – but it must have at least 1 such context type “below” it. Such a lower-level context is called a subcontext.
As default, All context types can be used as subcontexts in a context type. If you are happy with that, go to tab no 7.
If you are using Zegeba before version 4.4 and wish to define a selection of context types, do the following:
Click Selection and press [Add Context Type] to add a new subcontext to the context type. In the picture above, 2 subcontexts have been added.
- Use the arrows in the top left corners of each section to move a context type up or down in the list of context types
- Press the X in the top right corner to remove a template
- Click in the Context Type field to get a dropdown list of all context types on the server and select the one you wish to add:
Note: If you do not want any subcontexts below this context, you can just select Selection and then not add any contexts. In the context structure Vessel – Deck – Cabin we have shown earlier, we would do this for the context type Cabins, as there is no need for context levels lower than this.
If you are using Zegeba 4.4 or later, you can choose None subcontexts, or choose Selection and then press [Add Context Type] to add as many subcontexts as you like.