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Including additional fields in an Object/location splitter

I am importing object and location data into a profile based on the GRAM/UMMA profile. I have a location splitter that is working with the exception of capturing the storage type--which is a checkbox field in the profile. I have updated the list that supports the field to include additional types in my collection. Below is the splitter, what am I not seeing?


  "relationshipType": "location",
  "storage_types": "rack",
  "parents": [{
  "idno": "^101",
  "name": "^101",
  "storage_types": "drawer"
  "idno": "^100",
  "name": "^100",
  "storage_types": "shelf"
  "idno": "^99",
  "name": "^99",
  "storage_types": "cabinet"
  "idno": "^98",
  "name": "^98",
  "storage_types": "flat_file"
  "idno": "^97",
  "name": "^97",
  "storage_types": "room"
  }, {
  "idno": "^96",
  "name": "^96",
  "storage_types": "department"
  }, {
  "idno": "^95",
  "name": "^95",
  "storage_types": "floor"
  }, {
  "idno": "^94",
  "name": "^94",
  "storage_types": "building"


  • Is storage_types a metadata element, or is that where you are mapping the type_id of the storage locations?

    If it's a metadata element you need to wrap it in "attributes": {}

    If it's type_id it should be "type"
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