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Sunday, June 13, 2010

What is Properties ?

Content Engine object properties can be used to reference objects that reside in any object stores within the same FileNet P8 domain.
Properties have a type, which can be Binary, Boolean, String, DateTime, Integer, Float, ID, and Object.
Object-valued properties are useful for defining relationships between objects. The Customer property
shown in the loan example in the previous section illustrates how both the Loan and the Loan Application can point to the same Customer object. The properties that are associated with objects can have a single value or multiple values. For example, you might define a multi-valued property named Telephone Numbers in which multiple telephone numbers, such as home and cell phone numbers, are stored. You can then search for objects by creating a search expression that searches for more than one value for the same property.
Properties can also be configured to have default values that are set when a new object is created. In
addition, the system can be configured to restrict the values for the property to a choice list. A choice list is a list of possible values that the user can select from when assigning a value to the property.

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