Naming Conventions

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In order for your shared parameter to be approved, you must follow our strict naming convention. This specific concatenation is as follows:


Note that not all fields are required for every parameter. For example, Barcode has only one field and ApparentPowerInputPrimaryActual actually contains all four.


AirFlowSupplyActual is a great example of how to use the standard naming convention:

  • AirFlow = Major
  • Supply = Minor
  • Actual = Modifier

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