List of built-in plug-ins

Ops Center Automator Service Builder User Guide

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

A collection of plug-ins are provided with Ops Center Automator that you can use to create customized service templates.

Note: Use only the plug-ins that are listed in this section.

The following plug-ins are included by default:

Abnormal-End Plug-in
Manages abnormal termination of flows, tasks, hierarchical flows, and repeatedly run flows.
Branch by Property Value Plug-in
Creates a conditional branch that compares and determines service property values to branch the flow of processing.
Branch by ReturnCode Plug-in
Creates a conditional branch that compares and determines the return value of the previous step to branch the flow of processing.
Email Notification Plug-in
Connects to an SMTP server and sends emails to the specified destination.
File Export Plug-in
Exports the input content to the specified output file in a format you can define by using VTL (Velocify Template Language).
File-Transfer Plug-in
Sends a file or a folder to a remote host, or receives a file or a folder from a remote host. SCP or SFTP is used as the transfer protocol.
Flow Plug-in
Creates a flow that has a hierarchy defined by nested flows.
General Command Plug-in
Runs a command line on a remote destination host.
Interval Plug-in
Controls the interval between steps by specifying the wait time.
JavaScript Plug-in
Runs any script written in JavaScript.
Python Plug-in
Runs Python scripts on the Ops Center Automator host.
Repeated Execution Plug-in
Runs a specific flow repeatedly. You can use this plug-in to implement loop processing.
Standard Output Plug-in
Outputs a specified value to the standard output. Do not use this plug-in for a new service template because this plug-in is a compatibility plug-in with the service template that was created with the former procedure.
Terminal Command Plug-in
Runs a command line on the remote destination host that is connected with Telnet or SSH using the Terminal Connect Plug-in.
Terminal Connect Plug-in
Enables terminal connections with the remote destination hosts using Telnet or SSH authentication.
Terminal Disconnect Plug-in
Disconnects the terminal from the remote destination host, which was connected with Telnet or SSH using the Terminal Connect Plug-in.
Test Value Plug-in
Compares service property values and returns 0 if the values match the specified conditions.
User-Response Wait Plug-in
Suspends processing and waits for a user response. Using this plug-in, the operator manually selects whether to continue processing.
Web Client Plug-in
Sends HTTP request messages such as GET/POST and receives HTTP response messages. When requested, it accesses the server through a proxy to complete server and proxy authentication. For example, you can use this plug-in when connecting to the Web using the REST API.