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Use an Output variable

  • Aggiornato: 2022/06/03
    • Automation 360 v.x
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Use an Output variable

Users can create an output variable that is applicable for any process in order to display the output of a child process in the parent process.


Once a user has created a process in the process editor, they can create an output variable that can be called in the end process.


  • Create an output variable:
    1. Navigate to the Output variables section.
    2. Click Show.
    3. Click the plus (+) icon.
      The Create variable window appears for your to create a new variable.
    4. Specify the name of the variable in the Name field (ex: output).
    5. Select your variable type in the Type field (ex: String).
    6. Optional: Specify the variable information in the Description field.
    7. Optional: Specify a default variable in the Default value field.
      In this step you need to insert a variable.
      1. Select a source in the Variable source field (ex: botTask).
      2. Select Output as a Variable type option.
      3. Select a variable in the Variable field (ex: output).
      4. Click Yes, insert to confirm your changes.
    8. Click Create.
      You have now created a new output variable! This output variable is located in the User-defined variables in the Output variables section.
  • Edit or delete an existing output variable:
    1. Navigate to the Output variables section.
    2. Select the three dots icon next the user-defined output variable (ex: output).
    3. Optional: Select the Delete variable to delete the current variable.
    4. Select the Edit variable to edit the current variable.
      The Edit variable window now prompts for you to add any new changes to your current variable.
    5. Click Apply to save your changes.
      You have now modified an existing output variable.
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