Rename Folder Smart Service

Overview

The Rename Folder node allows you to select a folder and rename it. The user running this node must have Author rights on the folder.

CAUTION: This node can only be executed with the appropriate user rights. Attempting to complete this task without sufficient rights generates an error message for the Process Administrator and pauses the process.

Properties

  • Category: Document Management

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  • Assignment Options: Attended/Unattended

Configuration Options

This section contains tab configuration details specific to this smart service. For more information about common configurations see the Process Node Properties page.

Data Tab

This tab displays all the Node Inputs and Node Outputs for the Service Node. You can add additional inputs and outputs, if needed. The default inputs are:

Input Data Type Required Multiple
Folder ID Folder Yes No
Folder Name Text Yes No

If the node is run without being assigned to a user (or a group) you must specify values for each of the Node Inputs listed in the table above. You can either manually enter data into the text-field, or a value can be generated using the Expression Editor. When using the Expression Editor, you can reference and modify Process Variables, rules, constants, and other data. The expressions then specify your Node Input values.

If the node is assigned, the Node Input values are typed by your assigned user(s) into a form.

a!editFolderProperties()

The Rename Folder smart service is available as an expression function that can be executed inside a saveInto on a component or as part of a Web API.

Syntax

a!editFolderProperties(folder, name, onSuccess, onError)

Inputs

  • folder (Folder): The folder to modify.
  • name (Text): The new name of the folder.
  • onSuccess (Any Type): A list of saves or an HTTP response to execute after the smart service executes successfully. Created with a!save() or a!httpResponse().
  • onError (Any Type): A list of saves or an HTTP response to execute when the smart service does not execute successfully. Created with a!save() or a!httpResponse().
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