There are multiple step types available to make use of in the Run Tool, below you will find the details on what steps are, how to add them and how to edit them.
For details on specific step configuration, please see the menu to the left.
To add a step to your project either click onto the shortcut button
Add Step or go to
Then select the step type you want to add, enter in a name, and follow the configuration details on the specific step page in the menu to your left to configure your step.
If you need to edit your step once it has been created, simply double click onto it to open the configuration window. If it is a Data Sync step, double clicking will open Data Sync.
Within each step configuration you can choose the run condition you want it to run under, either:
Just select the step in your Run Tool project, right click and select Run Condition from the list. Then change the run condition as you need.
Alternatively you can select the step and go to the configuration window to the right and change the run condition from there.
You can also edit the run condition of multiple steps. Just select the steps to edit, right click and change the run condition in one go.
Once you have all the steps you need and you are happy with the order they will run in, you can start the Run Tool project by clicking
Each step should now go green if it was successful.
If you want to just run a single step out of the project, right click onto that step and select
Execute Step from the list.
You can run a selection of steps by selecting the ones you want to run, right clicking and then selecting
Execute Step(s) from the list.
If you want to make a copy of your step, saving you from re-creating it, you can do so by selecting the step you want to copy and right clicking.
Copy Step from the list.
This will then open a window where you need to define a unique name for the copied step. Click OK once you are done to add it to the step list.
You can either delete single or multiple steps from your Run Tool project.
NB. If you remove a Data Sync step please note that it is not deleted from file system.
To remove a single step you can either right click onto the step and select
Delete Step from the list.
Or you can select the step and select
Delete from the toolbar menu.
To delete multiple steps, select the steps you want to delete and then either click
Delete in the toolbar or right click and select