What does a Token look like?
- Tokens are enclosed by double dollar signs. The Definition of the token is placed inside the double dollar signs. E.g.: A token that is a Placeholder for a loan number would look like:
- The Definition of the token is composed of 2 parts separated by a period: The Namespace and the Token Name.
Namespace: The first part of the Definition is the Namespace. This is the "Scope" or "Application Object" that the token is referencing data from. Data can come from many Application Objects, so the Namespace is needed to identify which object the data attribute is coming from.
Token Name: The second part of the Definition is the Token Name . This is essentially the "attribute / field" of the particular Application Data Object (Namespace).