In the Admin Tools page, under Manage Metadata tab, eMAM users can create a variety of different types of custom metadata fields like:
o Text: Select text radial button to create text metadata field type. Field length will by default display MAX (no limit for text characters). If you want to limit the text character length, key the character limit no.
o List: For List metadata field types, select List radial button and key in the variables that needs to be displayed as list and click Add to List. All the added variables will be displayed as list metadata field. Note: Here you cannot multi select list values from the dropdown. To multi select list values, please use multi select list field type.
o Int: Select Int radial button to create integer metadata field types. Key in a value to display as default value.
o Float: Use Float field type to display any default value or text.
o Date Time: Use this option to display default Date and Time.
o Time code
: Use this option to display default timecode.
o Multi Select List: Enable Multi Select List option to multi select items from list metadata fields. You can add new values to the list Add to List option.
o Button: To create a button metadata field type, enable Button Field type radial button. Key in a button name and button description.
Select a Button type by clicking on any of the below radial button. You can create 2 types of buttons to streamline and automate your workflows:
Server: Server-side button metadata is used to trigger workflows that have been defined under Workflow of the Super Admin interface.Multiple workflows can be configured to a single server-side button type. With the eMAM server-side button, you can set up a metadata button to trigger any type of workflow on the eMAM server with a single click. Using the workflow configuration settings, and a little programming, you set any workflow including delivery, publishing, and archive to any of the numerous API interconnected systems. Send metadata, JSON, XML, and so forth as HTTP POST.
The button will be visible in the Metadata widget of the Director interface. And when this button is clicked, workflows that have been configured will be triggered
o Schedule: Use Schedule Metadata field type to schedule triggers for a workflow at a specific date and time.
Schedule metadata field is visible under a Metadata Group in the Metadata widget where you can set the time and date for workflow trigger.
For any further assistance, please contact eMAM Support at firstname.lastname@example.org