TCA Reference ¶
Complete reference to the Table Configuration Array
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The content of this document is related to TYPO3, a GNU/GPL CMS/Framework available from www.typo3.org
This document is included as part of the official TYPO3 documentation. It has been approved by the TYPO3 Documentation Team following a peer- review process. The reader should expect the information in this document to be accurate - please report discrepancies to the Documentation Team ( documentation @ typo3 . org ). Official documents are kept up-to-date to the best of the Documentation Team’s abilities.
This document is a Core Manual. Core Manuals address the built in functionality of TYPO3 and are designed to provide the reader with in- depth information. Each Core Manual addresses a particular process or function and how it is implemented within the TYPO3 source code. These may include information on available APIs, specific configuration options, etc.
Core Manuals are written as reference manuals. The reader should rely on the Table of Contents to identify what particular section will best address the task at hand.
TCA properties change between major versions, this main array had significant refactorings especially between core versions 6.2 to 7 LTS, and again between 7 LTS and 8 LTS. Use the version selector of this documentation to select the documentation variant that fits.
The original reference to the TCA was written by Kasper Skårhøj. This version has been updated by François Suter. Lots of core team members and other contributors maintain this document over time, see github for an overview of recent contributors. A big “Thank You!” goes to every single one of them.
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