After performing the search, the activity outputs the chat properties in a
Chat object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities (e.g.,
Chat.Id in Get Messages, Send Message, etc.).
The following steps and message sequence diagram is an example of how the activity works from design time (i.e., the activity dependencies and input/output properties) to run time.
- Complete the Setup steps.
- Add the Microsoft Teams Scope activity to your project.
- Add the Get Chats activity inside the Microsoft Teams Scope activity.
- Create and enter a
Chatvariable for your Output property.
- Run the activity.
- Your input property values are sent to the ListChats API.
- The API returns the
Chatvalue to your output property variable.
The values for the following properties are specified when adding this activity to your project in UiPath Studio.
If selected, the values of variables and arguments are no longer logged at Verbose level.
Selected or Not Selected
No (required if you plan to use the output data in subsequent activities)
- The variable you create for this property can be used as an input variable in subsequent activities (e.g., Get Messages, Send Message, etc.)
- When using this variable as an input property value, specify the item in the array that you want to use (e.g., myChats(0)).
Chatobject includes multiple properties that you can use in other activities.The example image below shows some of the properties that you can return.
- Note - some properties listed in the designer are not applicable to the
ODatatType). For a list of the applicable
Teamproperties, visit the links above.
The following image shows an example of the activity dependency relationship and input/output property values.
For step-by-step instructions and examples, see the Quickstart guides.
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