Item categories make it possible to group items according to properties that are not obvious. Category A, B and C for items with varying turnover is a classical example.
Unique identification of this item category across all contexts and subscriptions.
Unique identification of the context in which the item category is created.
Name that identifies this item category uniquely within the context.
Description of what is common for items of this category.
Document containing data used by external applications in JSON format.