A DataType is what you see in the backoffice in the Settings / DataTypes tree. The listed nodes are definitions of the DataTypes that are available to use on your PropertyTypes.
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new DataType(IDataEditor editor, IConfigurationEditorJsonSerializer serializer, int parentId = -1)
Constructor for creating a new
DataType object where the necessary parameters are a
IDataEditor and a
IConfigurationEditorJsonSerializer. Optionally, the parentId can be added, if not provided the default value is -1, which means it will be created at root level.
Gets or Sets a
DateTime object, indicating then the given DataType was created.
Gets or Sets the Id of the
User who created the DataType.
Gets or Sets the DatabaseType as a
ValueStorageType enum for which the DataType's value is saved as.
Returns the unique
DataType Id as a
Int, this ID is based on a Database identity field, and is therefore not safe to reference in code which are moved between different instances, use Key instead.
Guid assigned to the DataType during creation. This value is unique, and should never change, even if the DataType is moved between instances.
Gets or Sets the given
DataType level in the site hierarchy as an
Int. DataType placed at the root of the site, will return 1, DataType right underneath will return 2, and so on.
Gets or Sets the name of the
DataType as a
Gets or Sets the parent
DataType Id as an
Gets or Sets the path of the
DataType as a
String. This string contains a comma separated list of the ancestor Ids including the current contents own id at the end of the string.
Returns the given
DataType index, compared to sibling DataType.
Bool indicating whether the given
DataType is currently in the recycle bin.