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Setting a default attribute value

Whenever a new element is created, certain attributes
will be prefilled with a default valuesvalue

Enforcing upper limits for numbers
Whenever a element is created or updated,
hard limits for numeric attribute values are enforced

Validate status and date interval values
(and send emails)

Checks if status and productive period are compatible. Otherwise an email is sent.

Distributing costs
Whenever an IT Service element is updated, the value of the costs attribute is distributed to all related business units

Realising element seals
Seals for elements help with verifying entered data for an element. They can have statuses like 'Valid', 'Invalid' and 'Outdated.

Changing related elements

Shows how to access and update a related element

Traversing the element hierarchy

Shows how to access and update parent and children elements

Connecting and disconnecting business mappings

Shows how to create and remove relations and the famous Business Mappings

List of all attributes and relations

Write all attribute and relation names to the log file

Information about an attribute

Writes information about a certain attribute to the log file,
e.g. type, mandatory or multiple values

Information about an user

Write information about a user (name, email) to the log file

Working with enums and multiple values
Shows how to generate the array of values of an enumeration attribute like it was before the edit

Execute an LDAP query

Shows how to execute an LDAP query

Execute an HTTP request

Shows how to execute an HTTP request