Create/Edit Step dialog box

Ops Center Automator Service Builder User Guide

Version
11.0.x
Audience
anonymous
Part Number
MK-99AUT002-18

You can enter the details associated with a component for a step in a service template from the Create/Edit Step dialog box.

Note: You can click View to get details on a step component.

The following table describes the dialog box fields, subfields, and field groups for the Create/Edit Step dialog box. A field group is a collection of fields that are related to a specific action or configuration.

When you enter information in a dialog box, if the information is not valid, errors that include a description of the problem appear at the right side of the box.

Field

Subfield

Description

Step Step ID* The ID of the step.
Step Name* The name of the step.
Description A short description of the step.
Component Vendor Name The vendor name associated with the component.
Version The version of the plug-in. Click the version list to view the choices and see if there are multiple versions.
Key Name The key name associated with the component.
Vendor ID The vendor name of the plug-in.
Tags The tag categories associated with the step.
Registered The date and time the step was originally registered.
Last Updated The date and time the step was last updated.
Next Step Conditions Condition: Sets instructions for when to run the next step. The choices are:
  • Determine the return value based on the threshold

    Run the next step when the return value is equal to or less than the Error Threshold. If the return value is more than the Error Threshold, this step ends with an error status.

  • Always succeed regardless of return value

    Always run the next step.

  • Always fail regardless of return value

    Always end after this step with an error status.

Error Threshold:* Set a whole number from 0 through 255 that establishes the threshold value at which a conditional step runs.
Use Warnings: If enabled, runs the next step with an error status when the Use Warnings are exceeded.
Warning Threshold: Required if the Flow condition in case of error is enabled. Set a whole number from 0 through 255. If the return value is less than the Warning Threshold and the Error Threshold, run the next step. If the return value is equal to or more than the Warning Threshold, but equal to or less than the Error Threshold, the task status reflects "In Progress (with Error)" when running and "Failed" when the task is complete. The Warning Threshold number cannot be larger than the Error Threshold.

An asterisk (*) indicates a required field.