The Core Data Dictionary gives you all of the information you need to know about what data to populate your Core Data files with. Each file is used to import different data into Campus Labs.
Files should be imported in the same order they are numbered in the Core Data Dictionary. For additional information about the Core Data Process, please review About Core Data.
Within the Core Data Dictionary we supply you with the following information for each file:
Name of the header for each column on the file. All column headers must appear exactly as they are listed in the Core Data Dictionary.
|Description||Describes the type of data that should be contained in the column.|
|Required Fields||Yes/No – If required, data must exist in this column, it cannot be left blank.|
|Type||Defines the data type (string, numeric, guid, etc.).|
|Field Length||The maximum amount of characters allowed within the field.|
|Enumerated||If the column is marked as enumerated, only the values listed in the Core Data Dictionary for this field are allowed in this column.|
|Unique||Yes/No – If unique, only one value can exist in the system with this value.|
Download the Core Data Dictionary at the end of this article.
Recent Updates to the Core Data Dictionary
|1/10/2022||Core Data Dictionary||Minor edits and required field fixes|
|1/4/2022||Core Data Dictionary||Minor edits and updated ISPM info|
|3/15/2021||Core Data Dictionary||
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