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       <!--       <!--
-        ​The user will be asked to enter the following text fields. All text fields are optional. +        ​See common feedback documentation
-        - The "​ident"​ must be unique and is used to identify the right translation property.+
         - The "​type"​ defines, if the field is a multi-line text ("​text"​) or a single line string ("​string"​).         - The "​type"​ defines, if the field is a multi-line text ("​text"​) or a single line string ("​string"​).
         - The "​target"​ defines the id of the custom attribute in RTC (e.g. "​some.custom.attribute"​).         - The "​target"​ defines the id of the custom attribute in RTC (e.g. "​some.custom.attribute"​).
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       <!--       <!--
-        ​You can map Stages-Element specify information to your RTC work item. These sources are available:​ +        ​See common feedback documentation
-        - elementUrl e.g. https://​stages.example.com/​stages/​index.html#/​workspace/​200/​_vv/​(process/​activity/​_wUV9sBbNHr-aicWx33VsQA) +
-        - workspaceName e.g. "​Software Engineering"​ +
-        - workspacePath e.g. "​Company | Software"​ +
-        - creatorFullname "John Doe" +
-        - creatorUsername "​jdoe"​+
         The "​target"​ defines the id for the custom attribute in RTC (e.g. "​some.custom.attribute"​).         The "​target"​ defines the id for the custom attribute in RTC (e.g. "​some.custom.attribute"​).
         Optional: The targetType defines the type of the RTC attribute. For supported RTC target types see below.         Optional: The targetType defines the type of the RTC attribute. For supported RTC target types see below.
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         <​attribute source="​elementUrl"​ target="​test.link"​ />         <​attribute source="​elementUrl"​ target="​test.link"​ />
       </​system-attribute-mappings>​       </​system-attribute-mappings>​
 +
 +      <!--
 +        See common feedback documentation
 +        The "​target"​ defines the id for the custom attribute in RTC (e.g. "​some.custom.attribute"​).
 +        Optional: The targetType defines the type of the RTC attribute. For supported RTC target types see below.
 +      -->
 +      <​custom-attribute-mappings>​
 +        <​attribute value="​Stages"​ target="​MySourceSystemField"​ targetType="​some.custom.attribute"​ />
 +      </​custom-attribute-mappings>​
 +
     </​host>​     </​host>​
   </​feedback-system>​   </​feedback-system>​