Does anyone have any XP utilizing Jack Henry's Banno API with Automate? If so, would you be willing to share a copy, or even just a construct, of your task?
I could probably figure it out eventually, but was hoping I could save some time from someone else's experience.
We are running Automate Enterprise 11.5.
Is there a way to natively detect the existence of a Session that is created? For example, on an Excel Open action, you can specify a Session name for that action to create.
Is there a way to detect if that session exists prior?
So......I think I figured it out.
I switched from Visual to AML view and edited the code to include a variable that holds the value of the priority:
This works - I ran the task 3 times, each time changing the variable value to Low, Normal, High and each time the email received showed the correct priority.
However, if I edit/save that step in Visual view after making that change, it will automatically reset the AML code to:
PRIORITY="low" /> and I have to correct it in AML view.
Can this be addressed in a future release as a fix or enhancement?
Is there any way to programmatically set the priority of a Send Message action (Low, Normal, High)? I have many workflows where I've had to use 2 email actions in a task just to accommodate different priorities ('Normal' for notification, High for error-type notifications) based on different outcomes in the task. I'd rather use the DRY approach and only have one email action where I can dynamically set those values in the dropdown.
For most of my AD query needs, I have found the native actions in AM to be rather limited. You can do what you need with a PowerShell script, and plug it into a PowerShell task action.
Here's a simple query that pulls sn (Surname) and mail for enabled AD users:
Get-ADUser -Filter "Enabled -eq 'True'" -Properties sn, mail | Select-Object sn, mail | Sort-Object sn