Metadata documents provide tables of simple key/value pairs. This information can be used as an aspect or as additional space properties to be available for reference on your wiki.
Metadata documents may be subdocuments of Version documents. Homepages reference a single Version document to transclude all properties specified by this version and all its Metadata subdocuments.
Metadata documents may also be a generic doctype to be used to provide additional information (properties and sections) as an aspect to a given document. See Aspects for more information on this topic.
The Aspects Feature has been added to the projectdoc Toolbox version 4.0 and therefore is available to the Core doctypes since version 12.2.
The document type metadata provides the following properties:
Please note that only information about specific properties is provided here. Common document property used by all document types are documented by Document Properties.
A description of the metadata.
This usually provides information of the type of metadata and possibly where this information has been fetched from (if the source if this information is another information system).
There are no homepages for metadata documents.
Document instances are supposed to be added as children either as aspects to a documents or to a Version document. They may also be added to other Metadata documents to keep complex metadata modular.