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Operations are used to define what your integration process should do and when it should be done.

Operations can call one another based on conditions or events such as On Success or On Failure. Operations can be as simple as archiving a file from one location to another or as complex as a sequence of operations that connect to various systems, transform data between them, invoke web services, and expose themselves as web services for invocation by external systems.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is an Archive Operation?

A: An Archive Operation allows a user to take a file from a source (FTP, Temporary Storage, File Share, etc.) and archive (move) it to another location, with the option of renaming, encrypting, or changing the file encoding.

Q: What can I do with a Script operation?

A: You can create an operation that consists entirely of a single script. In that script, you can perform run operation commands for chaining, set variables to be used in an operation (and succeeding operations), or create a login script.