This chapter describes Packages - a great way of combining different Actions together. Most of the actions are self-explanatory therefore only screenshots provided.

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  • Import
  • SQL Data check
  • SQL Script
  • Package
  • FTP Operation
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  • ZIP Operation
  • Receive Email POP3
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  • Receive Office 365 Email
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  • External Application
  • Check File
  • File operation
  • Compare Files
  • Check Disk Space
  • Backup Repository
  • Clear Log
  • Pause
  • Check Date
  • Report
  • Export Data
  • Show Message
  • Ask Question
  • Set Variable
  • Script
  • Check Connection
  • Ping Server
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  • Soap
  • SMS Messaging
  • Twitter
  • Loops
  • Publishing Tableau Files
  • Amazon S3 Action
  • Azure Blob Action
  • Cloud storage operations
  • Change File Encoding
  • Telegram messaging
  • Check License Action
  • Extract MIME Data
  • Send RabbitMQ Message Action
  • Receive RabbitMQ Message Action
  • Send Apache Kafka Message Action
  • Receive Apache Kafka Message Action

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  • To create a new Package select a Package group from the objects tree and click New
  • Dialog box will appear
  • Fill in the Description edit box with the name of the Package you are about to create
  • Fill in a comment if required
  • Click OK to finish the creation of the Package

Every package must have a starting point (Action on the left of the picture). Action execution state defines which action is executed next. The Blue line is a success and the Orange Line is a failure.

Objects can be joined to other objects as shown here. This is achieved by simple “drag” and “drop” of the items from one to another. To remove the link repeat the process.

Catch-All Actions provide a way of reducing the complexity of a package

On Error

On Success

The package toolbar provides all the tools you need in order to create and manipulate objects. It is also possible to change how objects are viewed in the interface.

  1. Packages Properties
  2. Open Package from file
  3. Save Package to file
  4. Save to the Repository
  5. Print
  6. Print Preview
  7. Cut
  8. Copy
  9. Paste
  10. Delete selected Action(s)
  11. Clear all
  12. Undo
  13. Redo
  14. Search
  15. Align Left
  16. Arrange Vertically
  17. Align Right
  18. Align Bottom
  19. Arrange Horizontally
  20. Align Top
  21. Space Horizontally
  22. Space Vertically
  23. Snap to grid/show grid
  24. Manage Versions
  25. Add Version
  26. Revert to previous version
  27. Make Package Read Only
  28. Show/Hide execution log
  29. Open execution log directory
  30. Schedule Package for Execution
  31. View Execution Log (When executed by agent/scheduler)
  32. Debug package
  33. Continue execution
  34. Execute Package using agent/Integrated Scheduler
  35. Stop package execution
  36. Zoom In
  37. Zoom Out
  38. Zoom back to 100%

Automatic Version Control

Every time the user presses the save button package is automatically added to the version control

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