Can you please tell me how to auto-number in v13.3? The Autonumber page is not visible in the Admin menu.
Where autonumbering is available there is an Autonumbering tab on the attribute properties.
Please refer to the documentation for Auto numbering below -
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You can configure an auto-numbering scheme for a string attribute that consists of one or more segments. For example, the scheme for a project number such as PROJ001 consists of two segments. One segment is for the prefix PROJ. A second segment is for the three-digit number 001.
Important! If you use auto-numbering with two or more object types, verify that generated numbers for different object types are not the same. CA Clarity PPM does not verify that numbers are unique for different types of objects. You can avoid duplications by using an alphanumeric numbering scheme so that object types have a unique prefix such as PRJ for project followed by a numeric counter.
Follow these steps:
Specifies the number of digits to use for the segment. The maximum is 22 digits.
Defines the starting number for a numeric or alphanumeric segment.
Specifies the attribute to be referenced in the parent object. The value of the referenced attribute is included in the numbering segment.
For example, if the referenced attribute is Name and the referenced object is Project, when an instance of the specific sub-object attribute (for example, a new task) is created in the application, the name of the Project (up to 8 characters) is part of the numbering scheme. For example, NewNet00000001.
Specifies the parent object from which the referenced attribute will be selected. By selecting a parent object, you set the attributes that appear for selection in the Referenced Attribute lookup.
Specifies the length you want the segment to be. The maximum length is 30 characters. The replacement value (the referenced attribute) is truncated if it is longer than the length selected.
Defines the text value to be included in the segment. For example, PRJ.
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