The fields in the database, most of them also appear in the sidebar.
Basically it is Hungarian notation.
- article link. The name of an article at MA.
- string. a plain string of text.
- string of wiki format text. (has [[links]], for instance)
- boolean. 0 or 1.
- The name of the article that the template appears in, or appeared in when the data was updated.
- The title of the episode.
- one of (TOS, TAS, TNG, DS9, VOY, ENT, FLM)
- The season number
- The episode number in the season. These are based on airdate, except for in TOS. bFeatureLength uses up two of these.
- The order in production.
- The order of release in sSeries series.
- The order of release in all episodes.
- The production number of the episode.
- The year the episode was released.
- The name of the month in nAirdateYear that the episode was released.
- The day of sAirdateMonth of nAirdateYear that the episode was released.
- The name of the image that will be placed in the sidebar without the namespace.
- Set if the episode was feature-length. Unset for films. See Memory Alpha:Episode data project/feature-length for the list of episodes.
- Original release date in the YYYMMDD format.
- The credit "Written by."
- The credit "Teleplay by" or "Screenplay by."
- The credit "Story by."
- The director.
- The producer or executive producer(s).
In-episode dates Edit
- The date string in the form "stardates (Gregorian dates)"
See Memory Alpha:Episode data project/arcs for the list. There are 3 slots for an arc browser to be in the template, Arc0, Arc1, Arc2. That means an episode can be part of three different continuities.
A group of data added for remastered episodes.