Learn how to create and manage asset relations.*
This article covers the setup point for asset relations. For a general overview of the relations functionality, read our asset relations article.
The following topics are covered here:
What are asset relations?
Asset relations are used to define associations between asset types - for example, between movie and trailer assets, or competition and team. Once you've created your asset relations, operators can use them to curate and surface dynamic content in your apps by using them in list rules.
Create a new asset relation
- Select the button to define a new asset relation.
|Display name||The name of the relation, e.g., EventTeam. This name displays as a tab within Asset → Items → Related when specifying related assets.
This field has a 30-character limit.
|Relation key||This is a back-end requirement. Each relation key must be unique, e.g. EventTeam. The field has a 30-character limit.|
|Source asset type(s)||Select the primary asset type, e.g., Event (relationship from).|
|Related asset type(s)||Select the asset the source asset type is related to, e.g., Team (relationship to).|
2. Specify relation information.
3. To save, select the button.
Edit an asset relation
- Either (a) select an asset relation:
Or (b) hover over an asset relation and select the triangle icon to display options:
2. Update existing asset relation information as needed (see field descriptions above).
3. Select Update to save your changes. Alternatively, select the More button to archive or delete the asset relation.