Setting a Property on an Asset

Setting a Property on an Asset

You can set a property on an asset using the ARDI server web interface.

Follow the steps below
  1. Ensure you are logged in as an Administrator
  2. Find the asset you want to modify
  3. Open the Details page for the asset
  4. If the property has never been assigned to the asset, find the drop-list under all of the other property names and choose the property from the list.
  5. Click on the value of the property to change it.
  6. Click 'save'

Note that you can also bulk-import property values from a text file if you need to set a number of property values at once. 

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