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Expose an action as a property

  • Updated: 9/03/2021
    • Automation 360 v.x
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Expose an action as a property

An action can be exposed as property if it does not accept any parameter. This can be done by setting the following properties on CommandPkg.

Action property values

property_name
The name of the property, unique at action level, in auto-complete box this name would appear.
property_description
A description of the property.
property_type
The data type on which property operates, only if the type matches, the property will be appear in the auto-complete box.
property_return_type
The data type for what property returns. If this type does not match with the field type where it is used, there will be validation error.
@BotCommand
@CommandPkg(label = "Uppercase", name = "uppercase", description="Converts the source string to upper case.", 
icon = "uppercase.svg", node_label="Convert {{sourceString}} to upper case| and assign the result to {{returnTo}}|", 
return_type=DataType.STRING, return_required = true, return_label="Assign the output to variable", 
property_name="uppercase", property_description="Converts the string to upper case", property_type=DataType.STRING, 
property_return_type=DataType.STRING) public class UpperCase {
 
    @Execute
    public Value<String> convert(
            @Idx(index = "1", type=TEXT)
            @Pkg(label="Source string")
            @NotEmpty
            String sourceString){
        return new StringValue(sourceString.toUpperCase());
    }
}
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