When Start Task Action is performed, it automatically executes the specified Tasks.
Specify one or multiple Tasks to be started automatically upon performing the Start Task Action. The choices are either to start a particular Task or to execute all Tasks in particular folder (optionally including all subfolders). Additionally, the user is provided with an option to filter out or include Tasks on the basis of their name pattern.
|Start||Choose whether to start a particular single Task, multiple Tasks whose names match filtering criteria or all Tasks. The filtering criteria allows starting Tasks that match, contain, start with, end with, do not match, do not contain, do not start with or do not end with specified character sequence or Variable Wizard value.|
|Task folder||Specify the folder where executable Tasks are located.|
|Include subfolders||Specifies whether to start Tasks located also in subfolders of chosen folder when executing multiple or all Tasks.|
|Hint||Shows how many Tasks currently match the criteria. Point mouse cursor over to see up to ten names of the Tasks that will be started. If Variable Wizard values are used to specify the executable Tasks, there is no way to determine how many and which Tasks will be executed.|
|Variable Wizard||Use Variable Wizard for advanced data input, such as, taking parameter from file, connected Trigger, or other Action, etc.|
- Task filter is not case sensitive.
- Start Task Action can also start another instance of itself (unless multiple instances of the Task is not disabled in Settings tab of Task properties).
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