A Domain can have several Attributes, which define the characteristics of a Domain. 

For example, if data is being modeled for a database with a User Table, the User Table will be a Domain, and each column within the table will be an Attribute. For example, a User Domain might include these Attributes :

  • id
  • firstName
  • lastName
  • emailAddress
  • username

Note: When a Domain is created or imported, it will automatically have an id Attribute which generates a unique id for each test data record.

When should Attributes be used?

  • Any time a user needs to generate test data for a data model.

How to View and Manage Attributes

Attributes can be viewed and managed within the Attributes Dashboard

  • Click on the Attribute Name within the Domain Dashboard.

  • Attribute information will appear as shown below:

How are Attributes added to a Domain?

Attributes are created in one of two ways: 

  1. Automatically when the Data Model is imported (e.g., XTS Wizard, JSON, DDL, XSD, CSV)
  2. Manually for a selected Domain.

Learn More About Attributes

The topics below can be used to learn more about Attributes: 



How do I add an Attribute to a Domain?Learn more about adding Attributes to Domains.
How do I navigate to and view a specific Attribute?Learn more about navigating to and viewing specific Attributes.
When can an Attribute not reference another Attribute?Learn more about when Attributes can and can not reference each other. 
How do I reference one Attribute to Another?Learn more about how to reference one Attribute to another Attribute.
How do I modify multiple Attributes at a time?Learn more about using Group Edit to modify multiple Attributes at one time.
What is the difference between the Name field and Original Name field AttributesLearn more about the Name and Original Name fields for Attributes.
How to copy an Attribute to another Project Version or DomainLearn more about copying Attributes to another Project Version or Domain.
How to copy a Domain Attribute to the Organization Attribute LevelLearn more about copying Attributes to the Organization Attribute Level.