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Opalis Integration Server: Create A New Policy

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After install Opalis Integration Server, we can use Opalis Integration Server and Client to create a new Policy. Drag the Object on Taskpane on Right Hand and drop into the working space.

 

In situation, I create a basic workflow like the picture below

 

 

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Double-click or right-click on Query Database Object and choose Properties, edit some object's information

 

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Almost object has General - the name definition for object, Detail show information about data which located or received from parameter. This picture above, I use SQL Statement to get data from database. And this picture below is shown my database and results of the SQL execution

 

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We must configure parameter for connecting to Database

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On Behavior is shown the ways of data appearing, such as data separates with comma (,) or with others symbols, some symbol like as $,%,@,# must be restricted because of the conflict.

 

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You can go Options | Configuration to show the Link Description, it's very useful for troubleshooting.

 

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Change Link color by using Options on Link Properties

 

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Double Click on Log Object, type information needed in. In this Object, we can use information which is the result of SQL Execution from Query Database by using right-click on the box and choose Subscribe, choose Published Data

 

 

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Choose Data which you need to use. If you can deal with Loop Options, click on Show Common Published Data for more information. Click the Combo-box from Object to change other Object's Published Data.

 

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Note: Published Data which you choose is contained in { } and all characters is bold and blue

 

Now we change to test environment

 

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At next, I show you the way to deal with the first parameter on Custom Start Object. This parameter or variable to use during Policy. This picture below is shown the situation, I defined to path (source) and destination for File Copy Object - this object copy all file from source to destination. This File Status is used to verify the source is correct (has file).

 

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Double-click on Custom Start, on Details, click Add and type the parameter name, format.

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On Get File Status Object, choose Published Data from Custom Start (path name)

 

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The similar for File Copy Object

 

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Finally, configuration for Send-Event-Log Object.

 

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Change on the Test Environment

 

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Notes: File Copy Object copies file only, if you want to copy all files and sub-folders use asterisk (*) symbols to do this chỉ copy file nếu như

 

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OK, these Policies are all right. You must to Check-out to complete the Policy.

Vậy là hoàn tất các bước và cần chú ý là Policy sẽ không được hoàn tất tới khi Check-out, lúc này Policy mới thực sự tồn tại.

 

On previous post, the Operation Console to set up the Web Environment to communicating with Opalis. Now, we create Policy and see on Web pages, and we can run the Policy on the Web pages by click Run button.

 

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Policy runs without step by step checking.

 

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And results

 

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Regards,

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