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Observe Run Results


In the previous two steps, we created a new Process Variable in the Variables tool window and then updated the Navigate to URL Activity Call to use the newly created variable instead of the previously hard-coded value. Now we're going to learn a faster way to easily convert any existing hard-coded value into a new variable. In the steps below, we convert the Set value activity call to use a variable for the search query instead of hard-coded text.

Review the Results

Using the steps previously discussed in the Getting Started Tutorial, run your process to generate the results

Run Results Summary

  1. Select the top-level Tutorial3 node of the results to see overview information.
  2. There is now a Variables section showing the defined process variables along with the value of each variable before and after the run.
When a process variable has a change in value during a run, the value will be highlighted in red text in the Value (After Run) column.

Run Results Navigate to URL Activity

  1. Select the Navigate to URL activity call which used the {Url} variable.
  2. Note how the value of the {Url} variable was seamlessly replaced by the actual text represented by that variable.

Select the Set value activity and you will notice the same for the {Query} variable.

Try Changing the Variable Values

If you want, try changing the value of the {Query} variable from AutoBloks to anything else. Variables and their values are managed in the Variables tool window. Re-run the Process and watch as the same steps are executed with new data.

Tutorial Summary

You have now completed the steps for this tutorial! During this tutorial, you should have learned:

If you are unclear about any of these topics, we encourage you to go back and review the steps of the tutorial.