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Profile Attribute Schema
|Purpose: Describes a Profile Attribute schema.|
Describes a Profile Attribute. Each attribute field of the profile corresponds to a recorded schema which details the attribute name, type, and content. In 8.0.1 release, the configuration of a new attribute schema is performed in the Configuration Manager. Select in "Tenant" the item specific configuration, and under "Business Attributes" 'Contact Attributes'. Then, create a new Business Attribute Value. By default the new Attribute is of type string. To assign another type to the schema, in Annex, create a section "settings", and a key "type" with value "string" or "date".
Predefined Attributes Schema
Default Attributes visible in the Configuration Server are the following:
- First Name (string)
- Last Name (string)
- Phone Number (string)
- E-mail Address (string)
- Title (string)
Default 'internal' Attributes (not visible in the Configuration Server) are the following:
- LastCalledAgent_EmployeeID (string)
- LastCalledAgent_TimeStamp (date)
- PreferredAgent_EmployeeID (string)
Additional attributes are available for each active media defined in the Business Attribute "Media Type" of the Configuration Manager:
- LCA_EmplID_<media> (string)
- LCA_TimeStamp_<media> (date)
- Pref_EmplID_<media> (string)
Attributes of type date/time are formatted in UTC ISO 8601: "yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss.SSS'Z'"
|name||string||yes||The name is unique for each attribute within the given profile.
|type||token||yes||The attribute type, which can be one of the following types:
|default||numeric or string||no||Provides a default value for the attribute. |
For numeric attributes, you do not need quotation marks. Quotation marks are for string, date, and datetime attributes. By default, the date/time format is ISO 8601 UTC <ref>Wikipedia ISO 8601</ref>:
|length||integer||no||Reserved to attributes of type |