Address Type (CDQ.POOL)

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Name Name of a concept, e.g. a data model concept. In contrast to terms, the name does not depend on a given context, e.g. a country-specific language. Address Type
Description Informal and comprehensive human-readable definition of a concept. An address type characterizes an address. The type of an address may differ from user to user, it determines the business context in which an address is in use. For example, a business partner's address may be a address/type/ship to for one of its business partners but a address/type/bill to for another business partner.
Example A simple example supporting the understanding of a concept, business rule, etc. no example available
Part of Hierarchical relation between two concepts of the CDQ Data Model. Data source CDQ.POOL
Technical key Defines a unique key by which e.g. data model concepts can be referenced in a technical integration context. These keys are unique in the CDL context. ADDRESS_TYPE
Parent concept Hierarchical relation between two concepts of a data model, e.g., the CDQ Data Model. Address (CDQ.POOL)
Cardinality Cardinality of data model concepts.<br/><code>ZERO_OR_ONE</code>: Optional, but max. 1 instance related to its parent.<br/><code>EXACTLY_ONE</code>: Exactly 1 instance related to its parent.<br/><code>ZERO_OR_MORE</code>: Optional, multiple instances related to its parent may exist.<br/><code>ONE_OR_MORE</code>: Mandatory, multiple instances related to its parent may exist. EXACTLY_ONE
Data type Data type of a data model concept, i.e., <code>ARRAY</code>, <code>BOOLEAN</code>, <code>DATE</code>, <code>ENUM</code>, <code>INTEGER</code>, <code>OBJECT</code>, or <code>STRING</code>. n/a
Concept type Complex data type of a data model concept, defined by another data model concept. Allows re-use of data type concepts, e.g. for several address types in a data model. SELF
Path JSON Path to identify attributes in a data item. address.types
Concept role The role of a Category:Data model concept in the tree structure of a data model.<br/><code>ROOT</code>: Root concept in a data model, i.e., no parent concepts.<br/><code>NODE</code>: Structure concepts in a data model, i.e., parent and child concepts.<br/><code>LEAF</code>: Leaf concept in a data model, i.e., no child concepts, provides the effective data values.<br/> LEAF
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