Variable Syntax

The variable syntax is the programming language used to access or reference a specified variable. The correct syntax must be used when referencing variables or the flow could fail to run.

Basic Syntax

The basic variable syntax is:


Formatting Syntax

Some variables also allow formatting. This allows you to define how the variable data will be output when used. For example:

$[src.dateTime{MMM dd, yyyy}]


Variable Categories

msg = Message

Variables related to the message currently being processed through the flow. These variables are dynamic and can change based on what actions a node performs on the message.

src = Source

Variables related to the source of the original payload that started the flow. These variables are static and never change once the process begins

sys = System

System variables return basic information from the operating system or PAS server details

usr = User

User variables display a list of flow specific variables created by the user. These are only displayed if a varaible has been created.

pdf = PDF Docuement

Specific variables related to PDF processing. These will only return a value if the payload contains a PDF document.


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