Document Modelling | Version 4

Document Modelling

Learn how to configure your data model by adding and editing document types, properties and childnodes.

Data Model Editor

Document types can be flexibly configured in the DeskClient.

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Document Model

Learn how to configure your data model by adding and editing document types, properties and childnodes.

Introduction to Field Types

You have learned how to configure your document model. Find out about how to configure its input fields here.

Field Types

You have learned how to configure your document model. Find out about how to configure its input fields here.

String

String properties are the most versatile ones. You can configure a string property in many different ways, which will be elucidated in the following pages.

Alias

Learn more about the string field type "Alias".

Code Editor

Learn more about the string field type "Code Editor".

Color

Learn more about the string field type "Color".

Date (simplified)

Learn more about the string field type "Date (simplified)".

Document Reference

Learn more about the reference field type "Document Reference".

Document Type

Learn more about the string field type "Document Type".

Document URL

Learn more about the string field type "Document URL".

Document UUID

Learn more about the string field type "Document UUID".

Enhanced Category

Learn more about the string field type "Enhanced Category".

File Upload

Learn more about the string field type "File Upload".

Form Wizard

Learn more about the string field type "Form Wizard".

Map Fields

Learn how to use the map string fields.

Password

Learn how to use the string field password.

Property Selection (Multi)

Learn more about the multi string field type "Property Selection (Multi)".

Proposal Section (Multi)

Learn more about the multi string field type "Proposal Section (Multi)".

Roles

Learn more about the multi string field type "Roles".

Selection Values

Learn more about the string field types "Selection Values".

Structure Node

Learn more about the reference field type "Structure Node".

System permissions

Learn more about the string field type "System permissions".

Table

Learn more about the string field type "Table".

Text

Learn more about the string field type "Text".

URL

Learn more about the string field type "URL".

Date

Learn more about the date field types.

Date

Learn more about the date field types.

Double

Learn more about the double field type.

Double

Learn more about the double field types.

Long

Learn more about the long field types.

Long

Learn more about the long field types.

Reference

Learn more about the reference field types.

Document Reference

Learn more about the reference field type "Document Reference".

History

Learn more about the reference field type "History".

Selection Value

Learn more about the reference field type "Selection Value".

Structure Node

Learn more about the reference field type "Structure Node".

Teletext

Learn more about the reference field type "Teletext".

Boolean

Learn more about the boolean field type.

Checkbox

Learn more about the boolean field type "Checkbox".

Childnodes

In contrast to the input field types of properties, there are no default input field types for childnodes. If the field Input Field Type is left blank, it depends on the actual childnode configuration how this is dealt with.

Copytext

Learn more about the childnode "Copytext".

Dynamic Table

Learn more about the childnode "Dynamic Table".

File

Learn more about the childnode "File".

Geo Data Table

Learn more about the childnode "Geo Data Table".

Miscellaneous

Learn more about miscellaneous field types.

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous field types.

Last modified on 3/17/21

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