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Using EntryList

  • Actualizado: 2022/05/19
    • Automation 360 v.x
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    • Espacio de trabajo de RPA

Using EntryList

EntryList enables you to accept any number of parameters through the bot designer. The parameter structure is defined in the Automation 360 actions.

Ejemplo: EntryList

The following example shows how to create a parameter with the name of village pair.

@BotCommand
@CommandPkg(label = "EntryList example", description = "EntryList example", icon = "sample.svg", name = "entryListExample")
public class EntryListExample {
	// UI display for ENTRYLIST 1.1, the linking is done based on the ENTRYLIST title.
	// This should be added as a child of the ENTRYLIST, however it should not be part of options.
	// The EntryList does not need a setter or Inject as the value is provided inside the ENTRYLIST.
	@Idx(index = "1.3", type = TEXT, name = "NAME")
	@Pkg(label = "Name", default_value_type = DataType.STRING)
	@NotEmpty
	private String name;
	//Linked to 1.2 through title.
	@Idx(index = "1.4", type = TEXT, name = "VILLAGE")
	@Pkg(label = "village", default_value_type = STRING)
	private String city;
	@Execute
	public void setParameter(
			// Add the entryList, the values are accepted as a list of values.
			// Provide the column header for the tabular display of accepted entries.
			// In Pkg, provide a unique title.
			// Provide Idx for each option separately, this is needed to
			// have the correct UI type when the entry form is presented.
			// Add only columns to options, you cannot add their definitions.
			@Idx(index = "1", type = ENTRYLIST, options = {
					@Idx.Option(index = "1.1", pkg = @Pkg(title = "NAME", label = "Name")),
					@Idx.Option(index = "1.2", pkg = @Pkg(title = "VILLAGE", label = "village")),
			})
			//Label that is desplayed in the UI
			@Pkg(label = "Provide name value entries")
			//Header of the entry form
			@EntryListLabel(value = "Provide entry")
			//Button label which displays the entry form
			@EntryListAddButtonLabel(value = "Add entry")
			//Unique rule for the column, this value is the column TITLE. 
			@EntryListEntryUnique(value = "NAME")
			//Message to dispaly in the table when no entries are present.
			@EntryListEmptyLabel(value = "No parameters added")
					List<Value> entryList) {

	}

Here is another example of the EntryList, define the values of the EntryList usage.

//Entry list//
@Idx(index = "1", type = ENTRYLIST, options = {
      @Idx.Option(index = "1.1", pkg = @Pkg(title = HEADER_ENABLED, label = "[[HEADER1]]")),
      @Idx.Option(index = "1.2", pkg = @Pkg(title = HEADER_NAME, label = "[[HEADER1]]")),
      @Idx.Option(index = "1.3", pkg = @Pkg(title = HEADER_VALUE, label = "[[HEARER3]]"))
})
@Pkg(label = "customHeaderslabel")
@EntryListLabel(value = "customHeaderlabel")
@EntryListAddButtonLabel(value = "add.header")
@EntryListEmptyLabel(value = "no.header")
@Inject
List<Value> customHeaders;
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