Reference: model
The following options can be specified for an model tag:
Name
Required
Details
name
required
Unique identifier for this model. Used anywhere that code needs to reference the object.
label
required
Human-readable label for the object. Used wherever it is displayed to a user.
classification
optional
Specify whether a model is sensitive or standard. If this field is omitted, it will be regarded as standard.

sensitive classification

For apps that process personal data, you can classify a data model as sensitive. This ensures minimal data retention periods in order to comply with regulations like the EU's GDPR. If a model is marked as sensitive, all audit logs entries of objects of that model type will be deleted after 30 days. For example, if a sensitive object gets created, the audit log entry will be deleted 30 days after the creation date. If the object gets updated or deleted, the audit log entry for the update will get deleted 30 days after the update date.
We also store a backup of the audit log for an additional 30 days, which means that the data will be completely deleted after 60 days.
If the model's classification is set as standard, or isn't specified, all audit log entries for that model will be deleted after 3 years plus 30 days of backup window.

Nested Tags

The following can be placed inside a model tag:
Nested Element
Details
field
A field (property) of the object.
belongs-to
Defines relationships between objects. If you are specifying a one-to-many relationship between objects, and this model is one of the "many" objects that belongs to another model, you need to specify a belongs-to for this model in the Data Model.
has-many
Defines relationships between objects. If you are specifying a one-to-many relationship between objects, and this model has many objects of another model that belong to it, you need to specify a has-many for this model in the Data Model.
index
Defines an index for the model. For details, see App Indexing.
display
Defines how an object should be displayed to the user by default (for example, in a list). See XML String Formatting for details on the format.
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