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A list of all pages that have property "Property documentation" with value "The type of the CiteSchema". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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  • Property:Platform type  + (The type of the Platform)
  • Property:Action servicetype  + (The type of the service)
  • Property:SMW Type helppage  + (The url of the 'official' documentation page of this type)
  • Property:SchemaProperty type  + (The xsd type of the SchemaProperty)
  • Property:Reference year  + (The year/date of publication)
  • Property:Property allowedValues  + (There are two ways to specified allowed VaThere are two ways to specified allowed Values:</br># <br>Use [[Property:Allows_value]] to see which values are allowed for certain properties</br>#<br>values=possible values - Specifies a set of either possible values or autocompletion values (depending on the input type) that this field can have, overriding whatever set of values may have been set from the Semantic MediaWiki property. This set of values is separated by commas by default, but the delimiter can be modified using the delimiter= parameter.</br></br>If you specify any values method number 2 will be used here which might override any allowed Values specified with method number 1.ide any allowed Values specified with method number 1.)
  • Property:Topic listLimit  + (What is the default #ask list limit for this Topic?)
  • Property:Action inputtype  + (What is the type of the input?)
  • Property:Fixme todo  + (What needs to be done to get this fixed?)
  • Property:Action actionpage  + (What page will 'steer' this action?)
  • Property:Action comment  + (a comment for the action)
  • Property:SchemaProperty comment  + (a comment on the property)
  • Property:Reference pdflink  + (a link to a PDF representation of this reference)
  • Property:Topic icon  + (an Icon for the topic)
  • Property:Paper authors  + (authors of the Paper)
  • Property:Context copyright  + (copyright of the context)
  • Property:Property defaultValue  + (default value - Specifies a default value default value - Specifies a default value for this field. For date-related fields, default=now will set the value to the current date and possibly time. For text fields, default=current user will set the value to the username of the user adding this page. For the checkbox input type, default=yes will check the checkbox by default. (The 'checkboxes' input type, on the other hand, like the 'listbox' type, requires specifying the actual values, like default=Value A, Value C.) You can also include templates, parser functions, and magic words within the 'default=' value.</br></br>see (default)s/Defining_forms#.27field.27_tag (default))
  • Property:Reference coverpicture  + (image URL for coverpicture)
  • Property:Property primaryKey  + (is this property a primary key of it's topic?)
  • Property:Reference booklink  + (main link to the book e.g. on Amazon)
  • Property:Property namespace  + (namespace prefix)
  • Property:Reference booklink2  + (optional second book link)
  • Property:SchemaProperty parent  + (parent element in the hierarchy)
  • Property:GlossaryEntry references  + (references)
  • Property:Property inputType  + (see *</br>*<br>input type - Specifies the type of input this field will have in the form. If a field corresponds to an SMW property or Cargo field, the form will usually have the correct input type by default; otherwise the default is text. If the corresponding SMW property, or Cargo field, cannot be automatically determined, you can use the parameter 'property', or the parameters 'cargo table' and 'cargo field', to manually specify it (see below). The allowed set of input types is different for every semantic property type; see below for the full list of options.</br>*</br>*