It is an attribute that represents a list of related objects.
Example: UserLocal has the attribute profile_list. This represents the list of profiles attached to an object UserLocal, by the mean of the class lnkUserProfile
All of the data input features do provide you with the capability to specify a link set:
Let's take an example. I would like to specify a list of profiles.
First, attach one single profile:
Profiles are attached by the mean of the class URP_UserProfile→profileid. Here I have specified that the attribute name of the class URP_Profile must match 'Configuration Manager'.
Now, I want to keep track of the reason why this person has this profile:
profileid->name:Configuration Manager;reason:operations manager
Finally, I need to give another role to the same login:
profileid->name:Configuration Manager;reason:operations manager|profileid->name:Change Supervisor
Each and every link is specified independently for the others.
Each new link specification must be preceded by '|'.
Now I would like to specify a reason, but I need to use a character that is understood as being a separator:
profileid->name:Configuration Manager;reason:operations manager|profileid->name:Change Supervisor;'reason:manager ;-)'
The whole attribute specification can be surrounded by quotes.
In the configuration file, you can change the following: