Define the kind of data (Boolean, alphanumeric, datetime, etc.) that can be stored in an attribute. An attribute is (in most cases) a single piece of user information found in an user profile. The user's first name (givenName) is one attribute, and the user's last name (familyName) is a second attribute.
boolean data type
Stores true/false values.
date data type
Stores the month, day, and year of an event.
datetime data type
Stores the month, day, year and time of day of an event.
decimal data type
Stores either whole numbers (integers) or decimal numbers.
integer data type
Stores whole numbers: no decimal points or fractional values are allowed.
ipAddress data type
Stores IPv4 IP addresses (for example, 192.168.1.1); IPv6 addresses are not allowed.
json data type
object data type
Stores objects. An object is an attribute that contains a single value; however, that value can contain many parts (that is, many child attributes).
plural data type
Stores plurals. A plural is a special type of attribute that can contain any number of child attributes and child values.
string data type
Stores alphabetic, numeric, and special character data.
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