Custom actions

Straightforward guides to assist users in configuring their environment.

What is a Custom Action?

You’re a developer and you can’t find everything you need to design your process? You can create your own custom action that you can reuse in any process. Custom actions are actions entirely...

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By Sorin Pavel

updated 19 days ago

Prerequisites and Environment setup

Connect to your GitHub account The Ringhel.Procesio.Action.Core  package is stored on Github and in order to have access to it you will need a account. Prerequisites Github account Visual Studio...

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By Sorin Pavel

updated 19 days ago

Your first Custom action

In the following article we will learn how to create a simple Custom action and how to add it to our flow. Open Visual Studio. Create a New project of type Class Library (.Net Core 3.1) . In this...

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By Sorin Pavel

updated 20 days ago

Custom action decorators

A decorator is a structural pattern that allows adding new behaviors to objects dynamically by placing them inside special wrapper objects. Using decorators you can wrap both objects and decorators...

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By Sorin Pavel

updated 22 days ago

Frontend decorator

Custom actions offer you the ability to create and control functionalities specific to your needs. An important part of your action is the ability to interact with it, fortunately this can be done...

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By Sorin Pavel

updated 24 days ago

Class decorator

In object-oriented programming, the decorator pattern is a design pattern that allows behavior to be added to an individual object, dynamically, without affecting the behavior of other objects from...

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By Sorin Pavel

updated 24 days ago

Backend decorator

The backend decorator tells the platform what you want to do with the values stored inside the variables used by your custom action. [BEDecorator(IOProperty = Direction.Output)] The IOProperty...

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By Sorin Pavel

updated about 1 month ago