In the context of Structr’s schema, the basic concept View is used to group a set of attributes.
Built-in views are provided by Structr itself and can only be added to. The following built-in views exist:
|public|| Default view to be used if no view is requested explicitely. Contains at least |
|protected||User-definable view, typically used to provide an extended set of attributes to authenticated users|
|ui||View including most of the attributes, used mainly by the UI components in the admin backend (e.g. Data section)|
|html||View including all HTML attributes|
|all||System view containing all attributes. Caution: Handle with care, could yield very large result sets!|
In the Schema Editor, you can add more views and assign attributes to existing or custom views. Views defined that way can be append to any REST query or used in internal queries to filter attributes.
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