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Identifiers

About Identifiers

An Identifier (ID for short) is a unique name required for identification of the Comindware Tracker objects and object properties. In Comindware Expression Language, identifiers allow an administrator or an architect to refer to objects and object properties from expressions. Identifiers are usually limited to letters, digits and underscores, and s... Read More


General Rules

The following is the list of general rules to use identifiers in Comindware Expression Language. Field identifiers must be used in expressions, but not field names. Identifiers are case sensitive. If an identifier contains spaces, use the following pattern in order for an expression to work properly:  ID("an identifier containing spaces") ... Read More


How to Obtain an Identifier

While working with expressions, you have to use identifiers to refer to objects and object properties. Follow the below instructions on how to get identifiers of required objects and properties in Comindware Tracker user interface. To get the ID of a user account: While creating an expression in the built-in expression editor, click the «Auto Compl... Read More


Field Identifiers in Tasks Applications

A Tasks application cannot be edited and number of fields is invariable. All task and subtask fields are system. This table lists the fields of the Tasks application. Use these identifiers in your expressions to configure tasks and subtasks. Identifier Name Description id — The identifier of a task title — The task title descr... Read More