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How to identify custom build enum in xtk:enum ?

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17-12-2019

Hi All,

 

I want to identify custom build enums in xtk:enum schema. Any leads to this will be helpful ?

 

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Vipin

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18-12-2019

Hi Vipin,

 

as xtk:enum is factory-configured object you cannot edit schema directly.

You may use schema extension (create new schema with enum name but defined in your own namespace (ex. customer:enum)) to extend default schema with custom built enums.

 

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Hi Vipin,

 

You can identify them by using column: Created by - Label.

If enum is custom created, it will have any operator assigned to it.

If it is out of the box, it will be blank.

 

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Jyoti