Custom fields allow you to track additional information about your assets that the default asset attributes don't cover.

In order to manage Custom Fields, go to SettingsCustom Fields

In Custom Fields section, you can see a list of all the Custom Fields. Here you can create new ones, search, export, and edit or delete existing ones

Create a new Custom Field

Click on New Custom Field to go to New Custom Field screen

Step 1:

Select a custom type, there are 5 types for your custom fields: TextBox, ListBox, TextArea, Checkbox and Radio Buttons. Then click on Next

Step 2:

Fill in all mandatory and desired information.

Click on Done to finish your creation

Custom Field validation

AssetIT has pre-defined all the possible format for your custom fields. When create/edit a custom field, just select a format which is match to your field the most.

Following is the list of pre-defined format

Format

Description

ANY

No input validation. Any text is acceptable.

ALPHA

The field under validation must be entirely alphabetic characters.

ALPHA-DASH

The field under validation may have alpha-numeric characters, as well as dashes and underscores.

NUMERIC

The field under validation must be numeric.

ALPHA-NUMERIC

The field under validation must be entirely alpha-numeric characters.

EMAIL

The field under validation must be formatted as an e-mail address.

DATE

The field under validation must be a valid date according to the strtotime PHP function.

URL

The field under validation must be a valid URL.

IP

The field under validation must be an IP address.

IPV4

The field under validation must be an IPv4 address.

IPV6

The field under validation must be an IPv6 address.

MAC

The field under validation must be a valid MAC address.

BOOLEAN

The field under validation must be able to be cast as a boolean. Accepted input are true, false, 1, 0, "1", and "0".

CUSTOM

This field allows you to use a regex expression for validation. It should start with regex: - for example, to validate that a custom field value contains a valid IMEI (15 numeric digits), you would use regex:/^[0-9]{15}$/.

Update or delete a custom field

From the custom field list, you can click on Edit or Delete button on a custom field to update and delete it.