Attributes define variables that act as information placeholders that can be referenced throughout the application to provide dynamic behavior. Using Attributes in DataSplice
One of the 7 basic fields of talent, skill, or ability used to define wrestlers in the RingMaster system, and assigned a numeric rating between 25 and 80; starting Attribute ratings are always divisible by 5.
Attributes are associated with artifact types within projects and are used to define artifacts.
Information about an individual in defined formats such as member of organisation x, member of department y, role equals student or faculty.
A single piece of information associated with an electronic identity database record. Some attributes are general; others are personal. Some subset of all attributes defines a unique individual.
Attributes are associated with issue types within projects and are used to define issues.
As it relates to DMI, an attribute is a piece of information related to a component. Attributes can be combined to form groups. If an attribute is defined as read-write, it may be defined by a management application.