How does Ketryx ensure that unique IDs are created for git-based configuration items?

Lee Chickering
Lee Chickering
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Ketryx assigns a unique identifier to each object using the UUID v4 method. This number is encoded in Crockford Base32, which is displayed on the front end and in documents. The database employs a secondary control to prevent the creation of objects with non-unique IDs. Additionally, more human-readable IDs, such as source system IDs (e.g., Jira Issue ketys) and an ID aliasing system configurable by administrators, are available. 

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