Lenders use Checklists to track their loan servicing practices. Here's what you need to know about checklists:
Checklists are created at the entity-level and then apply to each loan individually.
Users can manually complete checklist items; or, users can use Rules Applied to automatically complete them when rule criteria is met.
This request displays which checklists within a loan have been completed. The payload will show IDs instead of checklist names, and here is a breakdown of what each ID parameter means:
id: This is the database entity ID of the checklist (essentially, this is the primary key for the table)
checklistId: This is the ID of the checklist itself.
checklistItemId: This is the ID of the item within the checklist.
checklistItemValue: This is a boolean value that determines whether a checklist item has been completed.
For an example of how checklists work within the UI, take a look at our Checklists article.
For more information on checklist database tables, see the following articles:
- Database – Checklist Entity (checklist_entity)
- Database – Tenant Checklist Entity (tenant_checklist_entity)
- Database – Tenant Checklist Category Entity (tenant_checklist_category_entity)
- Database – Checklist item Entity (checklist_item_entity)
- Database – Checklist Item To Checklist Entity Map (checklist_item__entity)
Try It Instructions
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