User Profile Attributes

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Visual Guard allows you to view and edit all the User Profile Attributes defined in the system.
Note: However you will be not be able to edit and delete the inbuilt User Profile Attributes of the system.

To access the list of User Profile Attributes defined in the repository follow the steps below:

Step 1: Log in to the Repository.


Step 2: From the Settings select the User Profile Attribute Details ‘A’ .

  • ‘B’: On clicking on the Up arrow, the row moves up the selected column’s view order towards the beginning of the column’s collection and clicking on the Down arrow, the row moves down the selected column’s view order towards the end of the column’s collection

Step 3: How to add a new User, Click on the Add New Profile Attribute on the right bottom ‘C’

Step 4: Create Mapping for profile attribute ‘D’

Here you can establish a relationship between attributes from different user profiles or entities within a user management system. This mapping enables the synchronization or alignment of attribute values across various profiles or entities, ensuring consistency and coherence in data management and user access control.


  • Below are the description of the feilds available for your quick reference
Primary Information
Property NameIdentifier for a specific attribute or characteristic of an entity.
Display NameHuman-readable label used to represent a property or attribute.
Data Type ValueSpecification defining the type of data stored in a property or attribute.
DescriptionBrief explanation or summary providing additional context or details.
VGAttribute Information TypeCategory of information associated with attributes within Visual Guard, aiding in organizing and managing attribute data effectively.
Is Default Value EnabledInitial value assigned to an attribute
Default Value
Other Information
Attribute Group NameCategorization label for grouping related attributes together.
Is VisibleIndicator specifying whether an attribute is visible or hidden in the user interface.
Is RequiredFlag indicating whether an attribute must be populated with data
Is Search AllowedPermission setting determining whether an attribute can be used for searching or filtering.
Is ReadOnly for APISetting determining whether an attribute can be modified via an API
IS ReadOnly for UISetting determining whether an attribute is editable in the user interface.
Need to save in LogSpecification indicating whether changes to an attribute should be logged for auditing purposes.

You can perform the following actions in the User Profile Attributes section: 

  • Refresh Profile Attributes: This option allows you to refresh all the Profile Attributes. Clicking on “refresh profile attributes” will refresh and load the latest Profile Attributes.

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