AppInspect tag reference

This topic provides descriptions of each of the built-in Splunk AppInspect tags. AppInspect uses tags to provide a mechanism of selection and filtering for validation. Each check is tagged with a keyword that specifies what the check is relevant to. For a full list of the checks that are built into AppInspect, see App certification criteria.

Note: To learn how to include and exclude tags from your a validation using the AppInspect API, see the API documentation for POST /v1/app/validate in AppInspect API endpoint reference.

30 March, 2018 (v1.5.4)

Tag Description
advanced_xml Identifies checks that look for the use of advanced XML.
markdown Identifies checks related to markdown content.
custom_search_commands_v2 Identifies checks that look for the use of custom search commands.
manual Identifies checks that might return a manual check result.
custom_visualizations Identifies checks that look for the use of custom visualizations.
cloud Identifies checks that look for the use of custom search commands (legacy format).
inputs_conf Identifies checks that look at the inputs.conf file.
django_bindings Identifies checks that look for the presence of Django bindings.
splunk_appinspect Identifies checks that must pass before an app will be certified in Splunkbase.
offensive Identifies checks that look for possible offensive language in an app.
deprecated_feature Identifies checks that look for the use of features deprecated in the most current release of Splunk Enterprise.
self-service Identifies checks that are related to simple installation on cloud instances.
developer_guidance Identifies checks that look for compliance with proven and recommended developer practices.
itsi Identifies checks that look at the structure of ITSI modules.
packaging_standards Identifies checks that look for the minimum standards required to qualify a packages as a valid Splunk App.
restmap_config Identifies checks that look at the restmap.conf file.
appapproval Identifies checks that must be passed before an app can be uploaded to Splunkbase.
web_conf Identifies checks that look at the web.conf file.
alert_actions_conf Identifies checks that look for the use of alert actions.
splunk_5_0 Identifies checks that look for the presence of features deprecated in Splunk 5.0.0.
custom_search_commands Identifies checks that look for the use of custom search commands (legacy format).
splunk_6_0 Identifies checks that look for the presence of features deprecated in Splunk 6.0.0.
splunk_6_3 Identifies checks that look for the presence of features deprecated in Splunk 6.3.0.
splunk_6_5 Identifies checks that look for the presence of features deprecated in Splunk 6.5.0.
splunk_6_4 Identifies checks that look for the presence of features deprecated in Splunk 6.4.0.
modular_inputs Identifies checks that look for the use of modular inputs.
savedsearches Identifies checks that look for the use of saved searches.
custom_workflow_actions Identifies checks that look for the use of custom workflow actions.
security Identifies checks that are related to the security of the Splunk app.
removed_feature Identifies checks that look for the presence of removed Splunk Enterprise features.