This example creates a task which uses the format tool Create Workflow Job. This allows a user to have direct input in to how a task produces an outcome.
The task runs based on a change in data in a database system, it queries the database of the database system, creates a Workflow Job and sends it to a user via email.
This task is made up of 4 steps:
|Step Name||Tool||What it does|
|Customer on Hold||Event: Microsoft SQL Server Trigger||Detects a specific change in data in a business systems database. This step outputs key pieces of information by using variables.|
|Get Account Managers Email||Input: Database Query (ODBC)||Reads the database of a business system to find details to include in the alert.|
|On Hold Override||Format: Create Workflow Job||Generates a web page containing fields for completion which allows a user to interact with and affect the outcome of a task.|
|Notify Account Manager||Output: Send Email (SMTP)||Sends an email alert to a user containing a hyperlink to the Workflow Job.|
To read about designing other tasks see:
For an overview about Workflow and how it works, please see the following link: Overview of Building Workflow Tasks Using the Create Workflow Job tool The Create Workflow Job tool is dragged from the task browser under Format tools and into the task planner.…Read More