Automation Anywhere: GetProcess

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Automation Anywhere: GetProcess

Overview

This operation returns a JSON containing all the information of the processes that the authenticated user can access.

 

Input

token: Token used to authenticate the user.

base-address: URL of your Work Portal.

 

Output

processes: A JSON containing the processes information.

 

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Important considerations

1.Generally before using this operation you must get the authorization token using the Authenticate operation.

2.Several important properties can be retrieved from this operation

oThe process GUID is identified by the key "id".

oThe process ID identified by the key "processId".

oThe attributes shown in the Start Form are identified in the "parameters" array showing their name, xpath and  type.

oThe attributes related to the process are identified in the "template" array showing their name, xpath and  type.

oThe "name" key is useful to identify a specific process you are looking for.

 

Here you can see an example of  how the JSON looks like

{
 "@odata.id": "http://wp-danielpd/AutomationAnywhereV2/odata/data/processes(1ad0908c-c0a8-463a-b6d4-0181d652147c)",
         "id": "1ad0908c-c0a8-463a-b6d4-0181d652147c",
         "name": "CV Reader",
         "displayName": "CV Reader",
         "parameters": [],
         "template": [
                 {
                         "name": "Profession",
                           "xpath": "Profession",
                             "type": "VarChar"
                   },
           {
                   "name": "CaseID",
                   "xpath": "CaseID",
                   "type": "Int"
           },
           {
                   "name": "Yearsofexperience",
                   "xpath": "Yearsofexperience",
                   "type": "VarChar"
           },
           {
                     "name": "Fullname",
                     "xpath": "Fullname",
                     "type": "VarChar"
           }
         ],
 "processId": 1
}