Managing resource types

Resource types are a way to enrich the data published by the Client Publishers:

Resource types are configuration dependent, in order to let project leaders evolve their resource types over time without impacting previous other streams and baselines.

Creating resource types

To create Resource types, go to the Project Administration's "Resource Types" section:

Writing resource types queries

When creating a resource type, you need to write a query that fetches relevant resources. Such a query is meant to check if a resource has a given set of properties, or if one of its linked resources has a given set of properties. To access a property, you need to write the namespace prefix and the property name, such as `dcterms:title`. Backquotes are required to express properties. Double quotes (") are used to express strings, and <> are used to express URI.
E.g.: