Specification Macros Task Node
Task Nodes can be added to a Specification Macro to perform Tasks.
One example of a Task Node is the Release Document(s) Task:
More information about Specification Macro Nodes
Task Node Inputs
As for every Nodes, Task Nodes have a Navigation Input
Some Task Nodes require Properties to pass data into the Task and define the Task's behavior.
There will be a
Data Input per required Properties.
Properties can be of different types and show their respective Property Editors
Task Node Outputs
As for every Nodes, Task Nodes have a Navigation Output
Some Task Nodes will have additional Data Outputs.
There will be a Data
Connection Point per Output.
As Tasks perform actions and report on their status in the Specification Reports, Task Nodes show 3 additional Navigation Connection Points at the bottom of the Node:
The 3 additional Navigation
Connection Points are:
- when the Task was successful
- when the Task was successful but warnings were raised
- when the Task failed
Create one or more Connections with these Connection Points to trigger other Nodes.
An email can be sent (if using DriveWorks Autopilot) when the task has been successful.
A different email can be sent if any warnings or failures were encountered.