Custom Fields Overview
Get started now: How to Add or manage Custom Field user guide
Custom Fields are part of the Repository Model and is a key feature of Nodinite. There is a specific article for the Custom Fields topic. Make sure to read and understand the basic concepts before continuing.
*Custom Fields Overview with the list of defined Custom Fields *
The available functionality for Managing Custom Fields are:
- Add new Custom Fields
- Edit existing Custom Fields
- Delete Custom Fields
- Restore deleted Custom Fields
- Filter on Custom Field Type (Text, File, ... custom plugin)
- Copy API URL for use in custom Reports
You can also clone an existing Custom Fields by opening the menu from the "Actions" button and click on the "Duplicate" menu item.
Click 'Duplicate' menu item to clone an existing Custom Fields
To Edit an existing Custom Fields simply click on the link in the Name column or open the menu from the "Actions" button and click on the "Edit" menu item.
Click 'Edit' menu item to edit an existing Custom Fields
To Delete an existing Custom Fields open the menu from the "Actions" button and click on the "Delete" menu item.
Click 'Delete' menu item to Delete an existing Custom Fields
To Restore a deleted Custom Fields you must first check the "Show deleted Custom Fields " checkbox.
When checked deleted Custom Fields will be included in the list*
Then open the menu from the "Actions" button and click on the "Restore" menu item.
Click 'Restore' menu item to Restore a deleted Custom Fields
From the "Copy API URI" modal you get the underlying REST API call that was made against the Web API. Simply click the "Copy API URI" to open the modal to get the query string.
Nodinite promotes the use of custom Reports
You can create new, edit and delete Custom Fields using the Nodinite Web Client.
Simply follow the user guide "Add or manage Custom Field".
Custom Fields - Learn more about the definition of a Custom Fields
Repository Model - Learn more about the whole repository concept
Repository Overview - Manage the Repository Model within the Web ClientCS