There are several predefined types of attributes.

Standard Attributes

Text

Description: A free-format text field. Single-line, up to 255 characters.

Sorting: alphabetical

Filtering: contains

Textarea

Description: A free-format text field. Multi-line, no limitations by the number of characters.

Sorting: alphabetical

Filtering: contains

Number

Description: An attribute to store a number (float, positive/negative values are available and depend on settings). The attribute has the validation of the input.

Sorting: alphabetical

Filtering: contains

Email

Description: An attribute to store a email with the mailto: prefix that allows creating a email with one click. The attribute has the validation of the input.

Sorting: numerical

Filtering: contains

Date

Description: An attribute to select a date from the calendar.

Sorting: by absolute time

Filtering: contains

URL

Description: An attribute to store a URL. The attribute has the 'no spaces' validation of the input and clickable within the grid.

Sorting: alphabetical

Filtering: contains

Checkbox

Description: An attribute to specify the presence or absence of a particular parameter or compliance with a particular requirement that works as a True/False mechanism.

Sorting: alphabetical (True/False)

Filtering:contains (considering the True/False options)

List of Values

Description: An attribute that allows users to select a single option from a dropdown list to complete the field.

Sorting: alphabetical

Filtering: contains (multi-select from values)

Jira User

Description: An attribute that allows a user to link an entry with one or multiple Jira users.

Sorting: alphabetical (by first value)

Filtering: contains

Groups

Description: An attribute that allows a user to link an entry with one or multiple Jira user groups.

Sorting: –

Filtering: contains (multi-select from values)

Linkers

Catalog Object

Description: Gives users the ability to make selections from another directory. Read more: Interlink Catalog Entries

Sorting: unavailable

Filtering: contains (multi-select from values)


Linked Catalog Entries

Table view

Total entries count view

Description: This read-only attribute allows users to browse the linked Catalog objects within an entryRead more: Interlink Catalog Entries

Sorting:

Filtering: –

Linked Issues

Table view

Total issue count view

Description: This read-only attribute allows users to browse the linked Jira issues of the current object. Read more: Link Issues And Catalog Objects

Sorting:

Filtering: –

Settings:

  • Linked via (fields) – select the custom fields of the Catalog Select (Single) type to filter the linked issues by links made via these fields. Leave empty to display the issues linked via any custom field of the Catalog Select type.
  • Additional Filter (JQL) – filter the linked issues by any parameter, such as type, status, etc.
  • Display as – select a view of linked issue displaying. Two view modes are available: Table view and Total issue count view.
  • Issues per page – this parameter defines the pagination rules in the case of the Table view.
  • Columns to display – this parameter defines which fields will be displayed as columns in the case of the Table view. If left empty, the following fields will be displayed: Key, Summary, Status.