LUSID has a small set of built-in entities that model real-world objects key to the task of investment management. You can extend the set.
A system property is a built-in function that provides access to information stored in LUSID that may not be available by other mechanisms.
LUSID has a set of built-in transaction types that model common operations such as buy and sell. You can configure the built-in types or create your own.
A custom entity extends the data model to represent a real-world object or concept that LUSID does not natively represent, for example office location.
A scope in LUSID is a key design concept and allows the system to offer a myriad of benefits including data partitioning and segregation
LUSID has a set of built-in data types you can assign to properties to qualify data entered into LUSID. You can extend the set.
How does LUSID uniquely identify entities?
Do I need to specify a timestamp for every Effective Date in LUSID?
Learn how to attach properties to entities to extend the LUSID data model and store additional information.
Learn how to use derived properties to transform an existing field or property value into another value.