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change the artifact type of the existing Artifact in RDNG

Unknown User (19125) | asked Apr 22 '21, 7:42 a.m.

Is there any way to change the artifact type of the existing Artifact in RDNG

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Bhagath P B (3888) | answered Apr 22 '21, 7:43 a.m.


  • Open the module, right-click the artifact and select "Edit Attributes".
  • Select the check box next to Artifact Type and select the Destination artifact type from the list.
  • Click Save.
  • You would get a pop window, Click Yes

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Adrian Pitonak (641) | answered Apr 22 '21, 7:47 a.m.


You can do it by the artifact action menu on the right side from artifact checkbox, in which you can select "Edit Attributes..." and then window with all of the artifact attributes will appear. Select Artifact Type and change it to the required value. 

Kind Regards.

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Shriraam Balasubramanian (4031238) | answered Apr 22 '21, 7:55 a.m.
edited Apr 22 '21, 7:55 a.m.

 Hello Venkat,

If you're a project admin, you can edit the specific artifact types in 3 ways.

Two way are already described by Adrian and Bhagath. 
The other way is by opening the specific module view, where you see columns 
-> Select the desired artifact, hover around the artifact type attribute and you will get pencil icon where you can easily edit the artifact type of your choice.

Best regards.

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Kimberly Boshers (1037) | answered Apr 22 '21, 10:25 a.m.

If you only need to edit one Artifact Type, double click the Content to make it in edit mode (or use the pencil), then a pull down option appears to the left next to where all your rich text and paragraph editing options appear at the top of your columns.  It will show the current artifact type that is selected.  From the pull down menu, the artifact types that you set up as your preferred types for the module will appear with their little icons, and you can simply select the one you want.  There's an option to select more below the preferred types if you don't see the ones you want.

Using this way I find faster if already editing the Content or if I only want to change one artifact within a module. 

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