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Version: 4.4.0

Node attribute


Modifying this entity requires certain user authorization. For more information, see User Groups.

A Node attribute is meta data about the information stored in a Node. The meta data can be extracted from the Node to be used in business logic in a Component definition or in a filter expression. Examples of Node attributes are e-mail addresses, author and price information.

A Node attribute may be of Integer, String or Float type.


Node attributes can be added and edited directly on an Node.


CLR-nameStringSpecifies the name that will be used to refer to the instance of the entity from Code Expressions in Adapterflows. The CLR-name is automatically generated from the Name property, but can be modified. For details and restrictions, see CLR-name property.
CreatedDateTimeDate and time when the Node attribute was created. Automatically generated by the system.
DescriptionStringBrief description of the Node attribute.
Entity typeEntityTypeSpecifies the entity type. The property is Read-only and is only displayed in filter listings to identify the entity type. It can be used for example when filtering on entities with a filter containing an 'All' part. For more information, see Entity filters.
IDGuidThe entity ID of the Node attribute. Automatically generated by the system.
NameStringName of the Node attribute.
ModifiedDateTimeDate and time of the latest modification of the Node attribute. Automatically generated by the system.
Parameter typeScriptVarTypeSpecifies the attribute type.
System InternalBooleanSpecifies whether the entity is a built-in system entity (True) or a customized application entity created to meet the requirements of the business flows (False). A system entity is read-only and cannot be deleted since it may be used by system script(s). New system entities can only be added by certified iCore personnel.
ProtectedBooleanSpecifies whether values of this attribute type are protected or not. See also Data protection.

See Also



Technical architecture & Runtime

Data protection