Determines the acceptable values for the field. You can add the following field types:
Grid (table): Include an interactive, editable grid.
HTML: Create and view HTML content, which can be used in any type of indicator. By default, HTML fields do not use Cortex XSOAR theme styles, but can be configured to use existing user themes.
Long text: Long text is analyzed and tokenized, and entries are indexed as individual words, enabling you to perform advanced searches and use wildcards. Long text fields cannot be sorted and cannot be used in graphical dashboard widgets. While editing a long text field, pressing enter will create a newline. Case insensitive.
Number: Can contain any number. Default is 0.
Role: Role assigned to the indicator, determines which users (by role) can view the indicator.
Short text: Short text is treated as a single unit of text, and is not indexed by word. Advanced search, including wildcards, is not supported. Short text fields are case sensitive by default, but can be changed to case insensitive when creating the field. While editing a short text field, pressing enter will save and close. Maximum length 60,000 characters. Recommended use is one word entries. Examples: username, email address, etc.
User: A user in the system.
If selected, the field is case sensitive, which affects how the search results for this field are returned in Cortex XSOAR.
If selected, this field is mandatory when used in a form.
A meaningful display name for the field. After you type a name, you will see below the field that the
Machine nameis automatically populated. The field’s machine name is applicable for searching and the CLI.
An optional tooltip for the field.
Optional text to display in the field when it is empty.
Add to indicator types
By default, the
Associate to alloption is selected, which means this field will be available to use in all incident types.
Clear the check box to associate this field to a subset of indicator types.
Make data available for search
The values for this field can be returned in searches.