Properties are part of the configuration options of a system.
Document configuration options of your system. Each property is defined in its own document so that it is easy to references these options from your documentation individually.
The document type property 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.
Define the unique identifier of the property.
A reference to the component of the system this property is part of.
Define the property is mandatory or optional.
Define the datatype of the property.
Define the short name of the property's datatype.
Specify the default value for the property, if no value is defined explicitly.
Define the range of valid values for the property within the specified type.
Add the Identifier (e.g. URI) and reference to the implementation of the property (e.g. a reference to the Javadoc of a Java property).
Specify the version of the component since when this property is valid.
Deprecated SinceSpecify the version of the component since when this property is deprecated.
UntilSpecify the last version of the component that supported this property.
ReferenceAdd references to information on external systems here.
DescriptionProvide a detailed description of the component. Add any additional sections to this one (if required) to document details on the design or responsibilities of the component.
Example of UsageShow how to use the property and the effect on the system.
Subordinate PropertiesA complex property may contain several parts that may be documented individually.
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