This scope opens a connection to your Transact portal, authenticating all contained activities.
This connection is also available at design-time, displaying all batch classes currently present in the portal. To demonstrate, start by filling in the Password, URL, Username, and (if applicable) Tenant properties of the Transact Scope.
When Password, URL, and Username are entered, the Connect button becomes available. Simply click it to open the connection. If any of the credentials are incorrect or the Transact portal is unavailable, an error will be displayed.
Now, whenever an activity is dropped into the scope, all batch classes from your Transact portal will be available, making it easy to design workflows without ever leaving Studio.
- DisplayName (
String) - The display name of the activity.
- Password (
String) - Your Transact password. Supports only strings and String variables.
- ServerAddress (
String) - The address of your Transact server. Supports only strings and String variables.
- Username (
String) - Your Transact username. Supports only strings and String variables.
The Transact Scope can open a connection at design-time and pull in all your Batch Classes for use in subsequent activities. Please note, however, that in order to take advantage of this feature, the above credentials must be provided as strings, NOT String variables (available only at run-time).
Updated 3 months ago