This step starts a Run Tool project. You can use the DataSync RunTool Project Step Handler to run any Run Tool Project you have previously designed.
By default the Run Tool will use the Connection Library where the Ouvvi Processing Service is running from, not the Ouvvi Connection Library.
At a minimum you need to enter in the full path to the Run Tool project to be scheduled. If you want to make use of Ouvvi App Settings in your Run Tool Project then add each of them as a new line under the App Settings section.
|Run Tool Project Filename||The file location of the Run Tool Project.|
|Connection Library Path||Overrides the connection library to use the one at the path specified here. Useful for if you have multiple connection libraries (e.g. DEV, PROD & UAT).|
|Timeout||Enter in a time for the timeout|
|App Settings||Enter in the name and value of the Ouvvi App Setting you want to pass to your Run Tool Project.|
If you are using source control with your Run Tool Project you may want to add an additional step before your Run Tool step to pull the latest version.
You can do this by adding an External Program step that calls GIT to get the latest version. The step configuration for this might look similar to the following.
|Working Directory||The path to the directory where your Run Tool project is stored.|
|Timeout||The time it will take for the request to timeout.|
If the GIT Pull step errors, it is most likely because there are uncommitted changes locally. Please check this and then try running the step again.
The GIT step may also fail due to credentials, if your account has MFA you will need to grant the credential manager access/ permission via OAuth.
The step will also fail if it is not pushed to the origin as there will be nothing to pull.