Text files can be generated by going to the "text files" section under process General Settings and clicking on the button.
|•||Name: This can be either a static or a dynamic value.|
|•||Extension and Content type:|
- Create a “.txt” file and use the content type “text/plain”. or leave the content type blank.
- Add an “.ics” file (=calendar event) and use the content type “text/calendar”, that's how the browser knows this is a calendar event and will open it with Microsoft Exchange or Apple iCal on Mac. There are no SSP limits for the desired extension and content type
|•||Content: this is the body of the file. It can contain anything a text file can.|
|•||Translations : set the Name & Content in different languages.|
To create an Outlook calendar item, you can use the following template
Extension : .ics
Content type: text/calendar
Content : event with start & end date + hour & minute
!! When adding in the dates (×) don't forget to map the field with dateformat !!
In this case : yyyyMMddTHHmmss
SUMMARY:Our new meeting
Note1: date format is yyyyMMddTHHmmss
Note2: DESCRIPTION is the main copy of the invitation, it does NOT accept HTML !
SUMMARY:This is a daily test event
Note : when you only send through a date, the ICS file assumes it is 00.00 (start of the day).
So if you do 1/1/2015 to 1/2/2015 (from Jan 1 to jan 2, 2015), the ICS file will hold only 1 day !!
Tip is to add a day in the form
CATEGORIES:enter categories here, comma separated
below the LOCATION definition
These are the Categorie,s as defined in Outlook. You can not pass on a color, but only a category-name (or multiple, using comma-seperations).
Outlook will match the Category to the color that he knows for it.
To create a CSV file
First, make the 'text File', that can be done under 'General Settings' of a process (see the new section 'text files on that page).
When editing the text file enter this (in both cases) :
Extension : csv
Content type: application/vnd.ms-excel