Web service action
"Web services" tab / Select a parameter / Select "Edit" from the context menu
For all parameter types, the currently selected operation is entered automatically.
Value from data field
In the subsequent dialog
a data field can be selected that provides the current value for the input.
With this option, a system value that should be sent to the web service
as an input can be defined in the subsequent
With this parameter type,
a fixed character string can be defined in the subsequent
that will be sent to the web service.
The current value of a session variable can also be set as an input.
The variable can be defined in the subsequent
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The session cookie saves every session variable
that can be set and read by the page during the visit.
With this parameter type, a variable can be defined for the processing
context in the subsequent
With this parameter type, a custom variable can be defined
in the subsequent
can be written to and read from. If multiple web service request are
peformed after each other, subsequent requests can use or overwrite the
values from previous requests. The values are only valid within the web
service request chain. In this characteristic, a user-defined value
differs from a session variable.
Return value from web service
This parameter type uses the return value of a web service request as an
The value can be defined in the subsequent
Nothing will be assigned with this parameter type. The
ability to make an explicit assignment of nil can be useful in certain
cases in order to eliminate ambiguities in the assignment at runtime,
which would otherwise lead to errors.