In your ONIXEDIT preferences dialog under Server Edition/Custom fields tab, you will find a list where you can define custom fields:

Custom fields are non-ONIX data that you can add to any of your ONIX records when using ONIXEDIT Server. Because these are non-ONIX information, they won't be included in the ONIX files you will produce from ONIXEDIT server. But custom fields will appear in a special section of the Advanced form of ONIXEDIT:

You can also use custom fields in the special search tool available with ONIXEDIT Server.

As well, you can import/export them to and from flat files or Excel using our generic import/export tool.

Custom fields can't be viewed or edited using ONIXEDIT Cloud or the simplified form of ONIXEDIT.

You can create as many custom fields as you want. All the custom fields that you will define will be available to all your ONIXEDIT Server catalogues.

To create a custom field, click on the New button, give a name to your field, an optional description, select its type and save it:

You can also make that new field mandatory by activating the Mandatory check box.

You can define a list of possible values for Alphanumeric fields. To do so, just click on the Allowed values icon and type the values you want to authorize:

As well, you can define a default value for each custom field.

Custom Fields Categories

Since version 3.4.8 of ONIXEDIT, you can now classify your custom fields by Category. To do so, use the "Manage custom fields categories" button:

The following form will show up, allowing you to add/delete as many catagories as you like:

Once defined, you can assign it to your custom fields:

Assigning categories to your custom fields will allow you to:

    • Group and present your custom fields by category:

    • To authorize your end users (ONIXEDIT Pro and Cloud) to view and modify specific categories of custom fields: