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Property Type: list
List types store an array of references. Lists are used to model One-to-Many Relationships.

Property Options

Name
Type
Default
Description
sourceObject
String
0
The name of the source object for the list.
grant
Access Level (Integer) See Access Levels
This defines what level of access you have to the expanded list of object instances.
roles
ObjectID[]
This defines a set of roles to merge into the calling principal for access to the expanded object list.
skipAcl
Boolean
false
Select this if you'd like the matching to disregard all ACL rules.
where
String
A stringified where clause consisting of local instance properties linking the list references. Example: "{"c_doc_ref": "{{input._id}}" }"
linkedProperty
String
When set, connects the property to a top-level, indexed, readable, indexed, custom Reference in the sourceObject that points back to the current object. When using a linked property, the where condition is augmented with {c_parent: "{{input._id}}"}, which in many case makes the where clause obsolete. When using write-through, newly created children will automatically set the liked property to the identifier of the list holder. To further secure the relationship, the child reference can be marked as cascadeDelete:true and writable:false.
readThrough
Boolean
false
Allows reading objects in a list using specific identifiers and overriding list rules (defaultAcl, grant, roles)
writeThrough
Boolean
false
Allows creating and updating objects in a list using specific identifiers and overriding list rules (createAcl/defaultAcl, grant, roles)
updateOnWriteThrough
Boolean
false
When true, write-through events bubble up to the current instance and modify the updated date, firing any triggers and updating the ETag where required.
inheritInstanceRoles
Boolean
false
When true, instance roles held by the caller on the current instance are applied to the list instances.
createAcl
Object[]
[]
An overriding set of acl rules to apply to creation of child object instances when write-through is enabled.
defaultAcl
Object[]
[]
An overriding set of acl rules to apply to reading of child object instances when read/write-through is enabled.
Base property options not available:
  • array
  • indexed
  • unique
  • writable
  • minItems
  • maxItems
  • canPull
  • canPush
  • maxShift
  • writeOnCreate

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