The terminology is used via the “include macro” throughout the administration manual. Picturepark also uses an internal glossary available at glossary.picturepark.com for authorized users.

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Page: ACR Values
ACR Values are optional parameters, provided as a space-separated string. These values specify additional context values which the authorization server shall use to process the client request for authentication. If the client provides a value the IdP unde
Page: Aggregation Query Filter
The Aggregation Query Filter is used for aggregations (groups of filters aka facets).
Page: And Query Filter
The And Query Filter is an operator, where you can add multiple filters as an array, all filter criteria must be fulfilled.
Page: Authentication
Authentication is the act of proving that "you are who you say you are" usually done via passwords. The act of verifying the identity of a computer system user. Identity providers offer user authentication as a service. See Wikipedia Authentication https:
Page: Authentication Flow
The authentication flow is the definition of how the tokens to identify users are exchanged. Picturepark external Identity Provider must support Authorization Code Flow with PKCE. PKCE, pronounced “pixy” is an acronym for Proof Key for Code Exchange, whic
Page: Authorization
Authorization is the process of verifying that "you are permitted to do what you are trying to do" by granting permissions. While authorization often happens immediately after authentication (e.g., when logging into a computer system), this does not mean

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Page: Boosting
The field setting "Boost" will boost the values in the search and helps you define the relevance of the content for your users. The boost parameter increases the relative weight of a term (with higher boost values) or decreases the relative weight (with l
Page: Browser View
The browser view contains the following areas Channel Search Browser with toolbar Sidebar with toolbar (options in tabs) Notifications image-20201205-124605.png Channel selection Channels are used to group content based on filters and permissions. The gro
Page: Business Rule
A Business Rule can execute actions when certain conditions are met. For each business rule you define general information (name, id, tracing, status), one or more trigger points (update or creation of content items, replacing of a file or via schedules),
Page: Business Rule Action: Produce Notification
The Produce Notification Action produces a Picturepark toast notification when the conditions for the Business Rule are met e.g. inform about new images, inform about new Content Items with approved copyright information, or recalled Content Items.
Page: Business Rule Condition: AND
The AND operator can group different conditions e.g. Check for a specific layer AND a tagbox item that is assigned.
Page: Business Rule Condition: Content Permission Set Assigned
The condition Content Permission Set Assigned checks if a permission set is assigned, which will give access to specific user roles e.g. Check if permission set "SocialMedia-AllAccess" is assigned to ensure that publication information (platform, date, ta
Page: Business Rule Condition: Content Permission Set Unassigned
The condition Content Permission Set Unassigned checks if a permission set is unassigned, which removes access e.g. Check if permission set "PartnerAccess" is removed to inform partners about usage restrictions for this specific content.
Page: Business Rule Condition: Content Permission Sets Changed
The condition Content Permission Sets Changed checks if there have been changes made to the Permission Set of a Content Item. This does not include any change to the Permission Set itself.
Page: Business Rule Condition: Content Relation Item Assigned Condition
The condition Content Relation Item Assigned checks if a specific content item or any content item has been assigned in a relationship field to another content item e.g. check if the Press Kit has a Logo (or the correct Logo) and a Hero Shot (or the corre
Page: Business Rule Condition: Content Relation Item Unassigned Condition
The condition Content Relation Item Unassigned checks if a specific content item or any content item has been unassigned in a relationship field e.g. Check if the draft version of a text has been removed before making content available to the company or c
Page: Business Rule Condition: Content Relation Items Changed Condition
The condition Content Relation Items Changed checks if any Content Items were removed or assigned from a specific relationship field e.g. check if Press Kit material changed and trigger validation of the new material (assign Review Layer, note with order
Page: Business Rule Condition: Content Schema Available
The condition Content Schema checks if the content schema is matching a specific schema e.g. Check if for audio and video files the permission set is assigned that gives access to the multimedia team or check for Content Schema "Images" to find all images
Page: Business Rule Condition: Field Value Change
The condition Field Value Change checks if a value in a specific field changed e.g. Check if the checkbox "LegalConcerns" changes which may require the removal of the content. This does not cover any changes to the field itself.
Page: Business Rule Condition: GeoPoint Within Polygon Condition
The GeoPoint Within Polygon condition checks if the geoinformation inserted in Picturepark is within a defined polygon e.g. to check if the images shot were created in Aarau or more general to check if images were taken (GPS data from extracted metadata)
Page: Business Rule Condition: Layer Assigned
The Condition Layer Assigned checks if a layer with a specific ID is assigned to a content item e.g. Check if layer with ID "ProductInformation" is assigned to find all product related content.
Page: Business Rule Condition: Layer Unassigned
The condition Layer Unassigned checks if a layer is unassigned e.g. Check whether an embargo layer ("LegalApprovalPending") is lifted which then allows to use and publish the content.
Page: Business Rule Condition: Layers Changed
The condition Layers Changed checks if there has been changes made on the Layer. This does not include changes to the Layer itself but only to Layer changes on the Content Item.
Page: Business Rule Condition: Match Regex
The condition Match Regex checks the input value for a specific field for a pattern, defined as Regex e.g. Check if the input is a valid email address or product code and otherwise remove access until this information is correct. This condition also appli
Page: Business Rule Condition: NOT
The NOT Condition is an operator to negate a condition you define e.g. check if Layer is not assigned (NOT LayerAssigned). Triggers when the condition is not true.
Page: Business Rule Condition: Number Compare
The condition Number Compare checks if a specific metadata field contains a number that is less, less or equal, equal, greater, greater or equal to a specific value e.g. Check weather the resolution is greater or equal 300 dpi to meet the website requirem
Page: Business Rule Condition: OR
The OR operator can group different conditions of which any must be fulfilled e.g. Check for a specific Layer OR a Permission Set.
Page: Business Rule Condition: Tagbox Item Assigned
The condition Tagbox Item Assigned checks if a specific tagbox item ("a tag") is assigned in a specific field e.g. Check if the tag "Twitter" is assigned in the field "SocialMediaPlatforms" on Layer "CopyrightUsages" to then use this image on Twitter. The
Page: Business Rule Condition: Tagbox Item Unassigned
The condition Tagbox Item Unassigned checks if a specific tagbox item ("a tag") is unassigned in a specific field e.g. Check if the tag "Twitter" is unassigned in the field "SocialMediaPlatforms" on Layer "CopyrightUsages" to then remove this image from T
Page: Business Rule Condition: Tagbox Items Changed
The condition Tagbox Items Changed checks for any changes to the Tagbox Items. This does not apply to changes to the tagbox field settings or changes to the List Item in the List Browser.
Page: Business Rule Trace Log
The business rule trace log shows you which business rules have been validated and executed with details about each business rule. This helps you to easily debug the business rule, check conditions, or if the transformation failed or the action could not
Page: Business Rule Trigger: Create
The Business Rule Trigger Create means the creation of a Content Item through upload (File Item) https://picturepark.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/main/pages/252936691/Store+Content or creation (Virtual Item) https://picturepark.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/main
Page: Business Rule Trigger: Replace File
Business Rule Trigger Replace File means the replacement of a file item using the replace file functionality in the toolbar of the Content Item or via API. This action does not cover virtual content updates!
Page: Business Rule Trigger: Schedule
The Business Rule Trigger Schedule allows customers to create a Schedule for how often/when a business rule should be run.
Page: Business Rule Trigger: Update
Business Rule Trigger Update means the modification of a Content Item through metadata or content edits in single edit https://picturepark.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/main/pages/252936507/Edit+Content, batch edit https://picturepark.atlassian.net/wiki/space

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Page: Channel
Channels are virtual dividers that separate, filter and isolate content. Channels are like global filters that affect what content users see when working. If a given piece of content is permitted by the Channel's configuration, it can be shown; otherwise,
Page: Checkbox Field
The Checkbox field is on or off (technically that means: true or false, so-called Boolean). Its meaning depends on the label e.g. Checkbox "PermissionDenied" ✔ means permission denied, whereas checkbox "PermissionApproved" ✔ means permission granted, alth
Page: Child Query Filter
The Child Query Filter allows filtering for all child elements.

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Page: Date Range Filter
You use the Date Range Filter (Aggregator) to create a sidebar filter on dates. This will show dates in date ranges. You can build filters based on the creation date or release date of an image, and users can easily filter for dates as ranges, e.g. Today,
Page: Date Range Query
The Date Range Query Filter is a filter on a date / datetime field, providing a range (from last month, to now). You can use this filter to only show Content Items created in the last month in a Channel, or in a Tagbox.
Page: Date Time Field
The Date Time field allows input of a date or a date and a time, which display and interpretation you can specify as format, e.g., show dates with year/month/day or day-month-year.
Page: Detail Display Pattern
The Detail Pattern displays summary information in Content Item Detail View and List Item Detail View.
Page: Display Pattern
Display Patterns are templates that can be configured to control the display of information for content inside the Content Platform. The configuration supports different combinations of metadata values and static text, including translations and tags. For
Page: Document Type Content
The DocumentType Content means Content Items visible in the Content Browser, this includes File Items and Virtual Items.
Page: Document Types
The document types in Picturepark are entities, different type of digital works (objects) you can have in Picturepark. Picturepark knows the documentTypes "Content", "ListItem", "Schema", "User", "ContentPermissionSet", "Owner". Content are Content Items
Page: Download File Name Pattern
The Download File Name is used to construct the name of the downloaded items. These are only used for virtual and file items that can be downloaded. They are configurable for each file type and each virtual type.

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Page: Embed
An embed in Picturepark creates embed code for one or multiple Content Items and Virtual Items which can be embedded into websites or landing pages. Picturepark offers the direct image link, an HTML link or the .Net code snippet. The embed link allows res
Page: Excecution Scope
The Execution Scope is the data which the Business Rule will use for validating the conditions and executing the actions, which means the underlying index. The area which the Business Rule will work.
Page: Excecution Scope MainDoc
The Execution Scope MainDoc, means the document (similar to a database table) in ElasticSearch that carries all information about an item e.g. types, permission, actions, like the CV of the item.
Page: Excecution Scope SearchDoc
The Execution Scope SearchDoc, means the document in ElasticSearch (similar to a database table) that carries information of an item which is optimized for the usage in the Picturepark search. This includes information set to "include in search". The Sear
Page: Excel Roundtripping App
The Excel Roundtripping App is developed by Picturepark and saves you time when updating content or metadata. You can export data such as Content Items, content metadata, and List Items on a massive scale, editing the data within Excel or other spreadshee
Page: Exclusive Permission Sets
Permission sets can be set exclusive, which means only this one exclusive Permission Set applied. Exclusive Permission Sets are additive too, which means the combined set of permissions from all exclusive Permission Sets applies.
Page: Exists Query Filter
The Exists Query Filter filters on a field to check if the field exists or if the layer exists, using layerSchemaIds.

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Page: Field ID
The field id is the ID of your field, which is used to link to this field. The field id is always lowercase. The id of the field is set on the creation of a new field, using camel casing. You need the field id for the configuration of filters or display p
Page: Field Path
The field path is the hierarchy of the field, which is the path where you can find the field. For the configuration of filters or display pattern, you need to access the value via field id or field path. The field path always starts lowercase. layerId.f
Page: Field Type
The type of field where you insert metadata, where Picturepark supports different data types e.g. text, numbers, or tags. You cannot change a field type once saved. You can only remove the field, update the index "Content and List Items" and re-add the fi
Page: Fields
Fields in Picturepark save metadata values or values of the List Item or Virtual Item content. A group of fields serves basically as a form for data entry. You know different types of fields from any form on the internet, where you must provide data like
Page: Fieldset Field
The Fieldset field shows a group of fields which are configured as Fieldset schema e.g., for an address, you need three fields "street" (text), "zip" (number), "city" (text) which you can group as one field (*fieldset) "address." This grouping allows you
Page: Fieldsets and Relations
Fieldsets are a group of fields treated as one field e.g a fieldset field "address" with the individual fields street, zip, and city. Relations allow us to link Content Items together and provide context about the relation e.g. linking two images to a doc
Page: File Type
File Types are regular files (images, documents, videos, etc.) grouped into a hierarchy, to give you access to its extracted metadata. Therefore the name of the individual type is e.g. not “image” but “Image Metadata”. File (everything that has a file e
Page: Filters
Filters (sometimes called “facets”) are used to refine Content Items in the Content Browser or List Items in the List Browser. Those filters are shown on the right (sidebar) and help to refine your search for desired content e.g. Filters "Media type" allo

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Page: Geo Bounding Box Query Filter
The Geo Bounding Box Query Filter works on Geo Point values which are inside the rectangle of the defined geo bounding box. In a tagbox you can filter for partner events in the DACH region.
Page: Geo Distance Filter
The Geo Distance Filter (Aggregator) is not supported as Content Browser Filters or List Item Filters (facets). You can however create Query Filters https://picturepark.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/main/pages/252938276/Query+Filters for geo points e.g. show
Page: Geo Distance Query Filter
The Geo Distance Query Filter works on Geo Point values which are in distance of a defined geo point location. In a channel for regional content you can only show Content Items created within 50km distance.
Page: Geo Point Field
The Geo Point Field has two number fields for adding longitude and latitude values. Applications like Google Maps use this kind of Geo-Information of a location. In Picturepark you can only use Geo Point values in Query Filters.

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Page: ID (identifier)
The setting "ID" is available for various things in Picturepark e.g. users, fields, schemas, business rules and is the unique Identifier The ID is created automatically from your name entry. Picturepark removes spaces and special characters to ensure that
Page: Identity Provider
Identity providers (short: IdP, IDP) are systems that manage and maintain identity information (e.g. user attributes). Identity providers offer user authentication as a service. Picturepark outsources the user authentication to the Picturepark Identity Se
Page: Include In Filters
The field setting “Include in filters” allows the field to be added as a filter for content (see Channels Configuration) and the field values to be edited in the Batch Editor (indexed fields). Picturepark checks this setting against the allowed number of
Page: Include in Search
The field setting "Include in Search" determines whether the field's values should be considered in content browser simple search operations. If this option is not enabled, the search does not consider the values of the field in search operations. This ca
Page: Item Detail View
The item detail design grid contains the following areas Item Name showing the name of the selected item from the browser e.g. name of a content item, name of the list item (configurable via name display pattern https://picturepark.atlassian.net/wiki/spac

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Page: JSON
The JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) is an open-standard file format or data interchange format that uses human-readable text to transmit data objects consisting of attribute-value pairs and array data types (or any other serializable value). JSON knows

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Page: Layer
A Layer is a group of one or more fields. A Layer contains all metadata of a Content Item, the so-called metadata profile. Examples: Basic Information (title, description), Product Information (product name, family, etc.). The fields contained in a Layer
Page: Layer and Permission Filter
Some default system fields are used to aggregate Ids from Picturepark system items e.g. permissionSetIds https://picturepark.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/main/pages/252939853/Permission+Setsor layerSchemaId https://picturepark.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/main
Page: Liquid Syntax
The display pattern and filters are written in Liquid Syntax, which is the Shopify templating language. It has objects (the field values), filters (manipulations like uppercase) and tags (if/else operations). Please make yourself familiar when you plan to
Page: List
Lists are lists of keywords or tags. A Lists' primary usage is to serve for tagging content. A list is your controlled vocabulary, your taxonomy which is used for tagging with multi-dimensional information. That means a list can only have a list of tags w
Page: List Display Pattern
The List Pattern displays in list view mode of the Content Browser as a summary of Layer and Fieldsets in Content Item Detail View. It is used for tagbox suggestions in edit mode and as a title of the tagbox card view.

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Page: Main Menu
Both users' interface views share the main menu. The main menu is on the left side. The main menu without additional permissions always contains the following elements: Logo The logo is displayed in the top left corner. In the collapsed state of the main
Page: Markdown
Text fields in Picturepark have an additional option to render Markdown https://medium.com/epfl-extension-school/markdown-demystified-694b01d7c5b0, which is a well-known syntax supported by various systems. Using Markdown in text fields allows basic forma
Page: Metadata Field
A Metadata Field in Picturepark is field added to Schemas or availalbe on File Types (Content Schemas) which hold metadata values. The fields are displayed as fieldpath http://picturepark.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/1080/pages/133989086/Fields which has the
Page: Monaco Editor
The Monaco Editor is a browser-based code editor, which also powers Microsoft VS Code. Thanks to IntelliSense features you can get suggestions by pressing Ctrl + Space and you will find some code hinting. A red line marks code errors like missing commas o

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Page: Name
The setting "name" is available for various things in Picturepark e.g. fields, schemas, business rules. This value defines what appears in the Picturepark interface. You can change the name at any time, and translate it into any configured metadata langua
Page: Name Display Pattern
The Name Pattern displays information in item detail view as a header and as titles below thumbnails in the Content Browser. It is used as the tagbox preview in view mode.
Page: Named Accounts
Picturepark accounts are named, meaning that each account should be created for and used by only one individual. The benefits of named accounts include Users can share content from their email addresses, own content, and collaborate with others. Personali
Page: Nested Filter
The Nested Filter (Aggregator) is only used by the Picturepark backend when you create a filter for nested documents (e.g. Tagboxes). It is used for accessing nested documents and resolving the values. It is used in combination with a Terms Filter or Term
Page: Nested Query Filter
The Nested Query Filter is required for Tagbox or Fieldsets or Relationship with multiple values, as those values are nested. If you want to access those nested values you must use the Nested Filter and add other filters inside of it.
Page: Not Query Filter
The Not Query Filter is an operator where you can add one filter, which must not be fulfilled.
Page: Number Field
The Number field contains only numbers. If you are unsure if the expected values may contain text, then use a text field. Otherwise, use the Number field. The benefit is that you can calculate with numbers, but not with text e.g., 2+2=4, but "Content" + "
Page: Number Filter
The Number Filter (numeric aggregator) is used for showing numbers in ranges. You can build filters based on the filesize or DPI of an image, and users can easily filter for numbers as ranges, e.g. Small-sized files or Medium-sized files. filters_Numeric
Page: Numeric Range Query
The Numeric Range Query Filter is a filter on a numeric field, providing a range (from, to). In a Channel, you can show content with filesize in range 0 – 500 to filter for medium-sized files, which are better suited for web usage. In a relationship field

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Page: OIDC
OpenID Connect is a leading standard for authentication, specifically identity provisioning and single sign-on. It uses JSON-based identity tokens (JWT), delivered via OAuth 2.0 flows designed for web, browser-based, and native/mobile applications. OpenID
Page: Open ID Provider
OpenID Providers are implementations based on Open ID Connect, like servers or services or libraries. Open ID Providers are listed on the official Open ID Connect page: https://openid.net/developers/certified https://openid.net/developers/certified. Popul
Page: Or Query Filter
The Or Query Filter is an operator and allows adding multiple filters as array, any filter criteria must be fulfilled.

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Page: Parent Query Filter
The Parent Query Filter allows filtering for all child elements by providing the parent element.
Page: Permission Sets
Permission sets assign multiple user roles to content or schema and allow you to control the level of access the user roles have on content or schemas. Permission sets applied to content/schemas are additive, all of them apply. Default content permission
Page: Picturepark IDS
Picturepark IDS (short: PIDS) is the Picturepark Identity Server, which serves as the default trusted Identity Provider of your Picturepark Content Platform. All identity information (e.g. user attributes) are saved in the Picturepark IDS. You can access
Page: Picturepark Search
The Picturepark Search is visible in all areas in Picturepark. In the Content Browser or List Item Browser Picturepark offers search suggestions from the filters of the Channel https://picturepark.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/10900/pages/370607380/Channel+Se
Page: Prefix Query Filter
The Prefix Query Filter filters on a field which value start with the defined prefix. In a corporate channel you can only show Content Items which title start with the company name - assuming you do have such a strict naming convention for your titles.
Page: Previews
Previews are static formats, available for File Types. The standard windows server fonts are installed on our rendering server and will be applied and rendered to document previews. Any other fonts will be substituted. A file format icon based on the defa

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Page: Query Filters
Query filters (Channel Filter or Filters in Fields) help to restrict the values available for tagging in a tagbox e.g. show only products for EMEA; or the Content Items displayed in a specific Channel e.g. only approved product marketing content. Those fi

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Page: refId for List Items
The _refId is the unique identifier of a list item. Field attributes of List Items, like names, are not necessarily unique, e.g., I can have the same person twice in a list of persons, but they have different _refId. You cannot search for it in the Conten
Page: Regular Expression (RegEx)
A regular expression (usually called regex or regexp) are a sequence of characters which help you search in text (strings). Various systems use Regex for field validation, find or find&replace operations in text (strings). Regex is common in computer scie
Page: Relationship Field
The Relationship field that allows relating content to other content, similar to hyperlinks (links) on the internet and especially useful for creating press kits, print packages, landing pages by adding related visual content. For a press kit, you can lin
Page: Relying Party
Relying Party (short: RP) is an app that outsources the authentication of users, which is Picturepark itself. Picturepark does not handle authentication but outsources authentication to the Picturepark IDS or any trusted Identity Provider configured in th
Page: Required
The field setting "required" determines whether an editor must provide a field value before being able to save the Content Item. If a field is required and the user has not provided a value or has deleted an existing value, Picturepark does not permit sav
Page: Roles
Roles are assigned to registered users and define what a user is in general allowed to do in the Content Platform. Bear in mind that the role permission "Manage Content" is not sufficient as the Role also needs to be permitted to apply Layer or create Vir

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Page: Search Analyzers
Search Analyzers define how text is processed or manipulated. These analyzers give you control over how your text data is used in the search. The goal is to standardize text, for example lowercasing or converting special characters (diacrititcs) or handli
Page: Share
A share in Picturepark allows to send a link of a selection of Content Items and Virtual Items via email to one or multiple users. Picturepark users will have the share available in Picturepark, others only in their mail. The link can be opened without lo
Page: Sortable
The field setting "sortable" for a field defines if Picturepark uses the values of those fields for sorting of List Items (in Lists). Sorting of contents based on fields in a Layer is possible via the channel configuration, which only considers fields mar
Page: System Information
The System Information gives insight into your current version and the customer you are using. As you can use your very same account for multiple customers, the System Information helps to identify where you are currently working. Always include this info

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Page: Tagbox Field
The Tagbox field that allows you to tag content, basically like tagging in e.g., social media but with the difference that you can configure the available tags. Tags work as a grouping to content. Tags are structured information because a user cannot make
Page: Tagbox Filter (Terms Relation Filter)
The Tagbox Filter (Terms Relation Aggregator) is used to aggregate terms using a unique ID as a base, but instead of unclear IDs, it shows the specified translation (Display Pattern) in the Filter. This makes it easier for the user to really understand th
Page: Tags
Tags can be used for regions, locations, moods, colors, product categories, countries .... almost everything. I Picturepark tags are saved in lists, so the individual list items are tags. Examples of lists are: Season (fields: name) *simple one, with just
Page: Term Query Filter
The Term Query Filter lets you filter on one single term inside a field. For Tagbox or Fieldsets or Relationship with multiple value support the Term Filter must be used inside a NestedFilter. This query filter has multiple and most common usage when filt
Home page: Terminology of Picturepark
note The terminology is used via the “include macro” throughout the administration manual. Picturepark also uses an internal glossary available at glossary.picturepark.com http://glossary.picturepark.com for authorized users. The terminology is used via t
Page: Terms Enum Filter
The Terms Enum Filter (Aggregator) uses an enum as a base and resolving the enum translation to display in the filter. In comparison to IDs, enums are constant identifiers, usually defined as readable text and not large number-character-combinations. Enum
Page: Terms Filter for Text
The Terms Filter (Aggregator) is used to aggregate terms from strings (text) e.g. Text, Checkbox. It uses text as a base (e.g. Titles) which means that it does not aggregate similar text but only exact matches e.g. List Item "Joe Berrymore" may be present
Page: Terms Query Filter
The Terms Query Filter can filter on multiple terms inside a field. For Tagbox or Fieldsets or Relationship with multiple value support this filter must be used within a NestedFilter. Similar to the Term Query Filter, but with the option to directly filte
Page: Text Field
The Text field allows us to insert text and numbers and special characters which means unstructured information, as the user can write basically what he wants - even high valyrian "Valar morghulis" which eventually nobody understands. Therefore, text fiel
Page: Thumbnail Display Pattern
The Thumbnail Pattern constructs thumbnails for Virtual Types and the overlay on thumbnails for File Types and the tag preview in the cards.
Page: Trigger Field
The Trigger field you can use to trigger a business rule with the benefit that it stores the information about the user who clicked the field and when (date and time), whereas a checkbox "start business rule" would not have any information about user and

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Page: User
Picturepark uses accounts and an Identity Server to identify users. Accounts control only whether the account holder may connect to Picturepark to access and edit that user's profile. Once connected, the Roles and Permission Sets of the account determine
Page: User Interface
Picturepark features a browser-based user interface that offers access to all the controls users and administrators need while keeping the most commonly used functions at the fore. The functions available in the interface depend on the connected user's ro

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Page: View for All
The "View for all" permission makes all schemas by default visible to all users. You only have to configure the restrictions - so the schemas which you don’t want all users to see. This simplifies the permission management massively. Relationships and Fie
Page: Virtual Type
Virtual Types enable you to create content from within Picturepark that adheres to a defined structure, without having to worry about the output format of the content. Common to each of these (and other) Virtual Types is a defined structure e.g. Press Rel
Page: Virtual Types
Virtual Types enable you to create content from within Picturepark that adheres to a defined structure, without having to worry about the output format of the content. Common to each of these (and other) Virtual Types is a defined structure e.g. Press Rel

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Page: XMP Mapping
XMP Mapping allows to extract and import XMP/EXIF data into Picturepark metadata fields https://picturepark.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/10900/pages/370606615/Fields, and exporting data from Picturepark metadata fields https://picturepark.atlassian.net/wiki/

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