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What are object schemas?

Assets in Jira Service Management is a Premium and Enterprise only feature. Learn more about Assets.

An object schema is a collection of information in Assets used to track assets, configuration items, and resources, and to understand and visualise the critical relationships between them.

Each object schema holds unique information in the form of object types, objects, attributes, icons, references, and statuses.

Each object schema is distinct, and limited information can be shared between two different object schemas. Each object schema also has its own set of permissions, which allows you to hide or show different information for different users or groups.

The Services object schema is a special case – it contains services that your site uses across multiple projects. The Services object schema is created automatically by Jira Service Management and is read-only.


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