Exporting Flows by Task
The Export Current Process task, exports RFL files locally or via remote connections from the flow it is inserted in.
For more information on exporting flows, go to the corresponding page.
you must have created a flow.
Drag the Export Current Process task onto the stage.
Connect a task from the flow you want to export to the new task.
Double click the Export Current Process task.
Configure the options described in the table below.
Save and compute the task.
Export Current Process options:
Select the export option to define how the file will be saved.
Possible options are:
Select where you want the RFL file to be saved.
Possible options are:
For all options except local file system, you must then configure the remote connections options in the corresponding tab.
Enter the directory where the file will be saved, or browse to its location using the browse button.
Enter the name which will be given to the exported file. If you do not want to enter a specific name, you can decide to use the flow name itself, with a timestamp to uniquely identify each export file.
Use process name as basename
If selected, the name of the flow will be used as the name of the exported file.
It is recommended to add a timestamp as a suffix or prefix to uniquely identify the file. Otherwise your export file will be overwritten each time you compute the task.
Add current date and time as prefix
If selected, a timestamp, with the date and time when the file was exported, is added to the start of the file name. This prefix can be used to uniquely identify the file, and ensures that each export does not overwrite any previous files.
Add current date and time as suffix
If selected, a timestamp, with the date and time when the file was exported, is added to the end of the file name. This suffix can be used to uniquely identify the file, and ensures that each export does not overwrite any previous files.
Recipients for export via email (use comma as separator)
Enter here a list of email addresses, which will receive the exported RFL file as an attachment.
Each separate address must be separated by a comma.