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Rules autocomplete options

If you type part of a record property at any place in the path then autocomplete options are displayed.
For example, if you type rm then you'll be offered options that include:
  • Date filed {node.rma:dateFiled}
  • Identifier {node.rma:identifier}
  • Location {node.rma:location}

Records will be put into the File Plan based on each individual record property value.

So for example you could set a path of /category/{node.rma:location}. When the rule is run records with a Location property of US would be put in /category/US, and records with a Location property of France would be put in /category/France.

Date options set that part of the path to the date the rule is run. For example if it's run on Monday then:
  • Short Day {} = Mon
  • Long Day {} = Monday

By default  autocomplete options are based on the first two letters you type, and only five options for each type of suggestion are offered at a time. Type more letters to narrow down the displayed options.

Tip: This can be configured in the properties file.
Available autocomplete options are:
  • Last accessed =
  • When created =
  • Creator =
  • Description =
  • Last modified =
  • Modifier =
  • Name =
  • Title =
  • Date filed = node.rma:dateFiled
  • Unique database ID = node.rma:dbUniquenessId
  • Identifier = node.rma:identifier
  • Location = node.rma:location
  • Original = node name node.rma:origionalName
  • Node ID = node.sys:node-uuid
  • Store ID = node.sys:store-identifier
  • Store protocol = node.sys:store-protocol
  • Short Day (for example, Mon) =,
  • Long Day (for example, Monday) =
  • Day Number (for example, 1) =
  • Day of Month (for example, 18) =
  • Day of Year (for example, 216) =
  • Short Month (for example, Jan) = date.month.short
  • Month (for example, Jan) = date.month
  • Long Month (for example, January) = date.month.long
  • Month Number (for example, 01) = date.month.number
  • Short Year (for example, 14) = date.year.short
  • Year (for example, 14) = date.year
  • Long Year (for example, 2014) = date.year.long
  • Week of Year (for example, 31) = date.year.week

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