Help:Property constraints portal/Units
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allowed units constraint (Q21514353) specifies that only a certain set of units may be used with a statement of the quantity data type.
If no constraint scope (P4680) is specified, this constraint is checked everywhere.
There are several possible ways to address a violation of this constraint:
- It’s possible that the unit is not the correct one to use for the quantity, and a similar but different unit should be used instead. Check the list of permitted units for an applicable unit to use.
- It’s possible that the unit should not be specified at all (a dimensionless quantity), and that the unit should be removed.
- It’s possible that the unit is a rare, but legitimate exception to the constraint, and nothing should be done.
This constraint has one mandatory parameter:
Example 2 - no valueEdit
Mohs scale of mineral hardness (Q41472) is number used to represent hardness of materials. For example, quartz is 7, and diamond is 10. As definition, Mohs' hardness (P1088) doesn't have unit. In such case, "no value" is used as follows. "no value" is added to statements by clicking on the icon beside the value field that looks like this .
When the constraint is set to the property, the following template is automatically displayed in the property talk page. The template is created by Module:Constraints using Template:Constraint, invoked from Template:Property documentation. Translations are defined at Module:i18n/constraints.
Lists of properties which are set allowed units constraint.