Creating a Capture Point for IWD Web for Automated Task Upload
In order to use the automatic job upload feature in release 9.0, you must configure a special IWD Web capture point in GAX. This type of capture point is similar to a File capture point. In its configuration you specify:
- The locations/folders for:
- Inbound tasks—The location to which the source system will write new XLS/XLSX/CSV files, to be fetched by the iWD Web importer.
- Partially processed tasks—The location for files for which at least one record could not be processed.
- Processed tasks—The location for files after they have been successfully processed by the iWD Web importer.
- Error—The location for files containing a format error which has caused processing to fail.
- The frequency with which the Inbound folder will be scanned.
Creating the iWD Capture Point application in GAX
Import the iWD Capture Point template in GAX
- Navigate to Environment -> Application Templates.
- Click New.
- Click Import Application Template in the top right corner.
- Choose the correct iWDCapturePoint.apd file.
- Click OK.
Creating the iWD Capture Point Configuration Object in GAX
- Navigate to Environment -> Applications.
- Click New.
- Select the correct the iWD Web Capture Point template.
- Select the Host (General tab) and Tenant (Tenant tab).
- In the Application Options tab, set the configuration options for the capture point as shown in the table below.
- Open the iWD Web Server application and add the newly created iWD Capture Point(s) to the connections list.
Capture Point Application Options
|Option Name||Changes Take Effect||Mandatory||Default Value||Type||Description|
|InteractionType||After restart||Yes||Inbound||String||Interaction type|
|InteractionSubtype||After restart||Yes||InboundNew||String||Interaction subtype|
|IWD_solutionId||After restart||Yes||SLT1||String||Solution ID|
|IWD_tenantId||After restart||Yes||SYSTEM||String||Tenant runtime ID|
|MediaType||After restart||Yes||Workitem||String||Interaction default media type|
|Queue||After restart||Yes||IWD_New||String||Default interaction queue|
|capture-point-type||After restart||Yes||iwdweb||String||A capture point is instantiated only if this option is set to iwdweb.|
|inbound-scan-interval||After restart||No||10||Integer||Defines (in seconds) how often the inbound directory is scanned for new files. Value range: 0 - Integer.MAX_VALUE (32-bit)|
|inbound-directory||After restart||Yes||String||Defines the path to the inbound directory in the file system|
|error-directory||After restart||No||Error||String||Defines the path to the error directory. If it exists, it must be different from all other directories specified in the options.|
|partially-processed-directory||After restart||No||PartiallyProcessed||String||Defines the path to the partially processed directory. If it exists, it must be different from all other directories specified in the options.|
|processed-directory||After restart||No||Processed||String||Defines the path to the processed directory. If it exists, it must be different from all other directories specified in the options.|
|move-non-compatible-from-inbound-default||After restart||No||true||Boolean||If set to true, non-compatible files from the inbound directory (files that do not have either .XLS, .XLSX or .CSV file extensions) are moved to the Error directory. If the error-directory option is not configured, or its value is empty, and the move-non-compatible-from-inbound-default option is set to true, non-compatible files will be deleted from the inbound directory. If set to false, non-compatible files in the inbound directory are ignored.|
|skip-lines||After restart||No||0 (zero)||Integer||Number of lines to skip before header lookup. Value range: 0 - Integer.MAX_VALUE (32-bit)|
|<ATTRIBUTE>.name||After restart||Yes||N/A||String||Column name to attach the attribute to.|
|<ATTRIBUTE>.df||After restart||No||N/A||String||Date format for current attribute. Use JVM SimpleDateFormat pattern as specified in the official Oracle documentation.|
|<ATTRIBUTE>.value||After restart||No||N/A||String||Override file value with provided value only if cell value is empty .|
This page was last modified on 19 December 2017, at 08:01.