Module Editor (Beta)

Last updated on 16 November, 2022

The module editor is used to create new LogicModules or to edit existing ones.

Navigating the Module Editor Form

The links at the top allow you to scroll through the form: Info, Applies To, and Collection.

InfoProvide general information, including Name and Description of the LogicModule.

Create or edit Technical Notes. If you’re writing the technical notes using Markdown, use the Show Markdown toggle to display the readable content.

Group provides a list of existing groups to choose from. It represents the group to which the module will be added. If this field is left blank for a PropertySource module, the PropertySource is added into the @ungrouped default group. For more information, see Creating PropertySources.

Data Type refers to the LogicModule type. The options in the list will vary, depending on whether you’re creating or editing a module. For more information, see Introduction to LogicModules.
AppliesToAdd or edit AppliesTo scripting. For more information, see AppliesTo Scripting Overview.
CollectionScript Type can be Groovy or PowerShell. For more information, see Embedded Groovy Scripting or Embedded PowerShell Scripting.

Test AppliesTo

You can test your AppliesTo statement by clicking the Test AppliesTo  button on the form. For more information, see AppliesTo Scripting Overview.

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