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You can manage all arguments of the automation project in one place using the Variable Management view. The Variable Management view is located in the ribbon.

Each argument consists of an argument name, a type, and the scope where the variable is used. The variable's data is stored inside a value (for example, "Data Source=").

Add an Argument

To add an argument, press Add above the table toolbar and maintain the argument name, direction, type and the default value if required.

Delete an Argument

To delete an argument, select the argument and press Delete.

Rename an Argument

To rename an argument, select the argument and press the 'pen' icon. Afterwards, an additional rename dialog will open. Then, setup a name and press Ok. The check-box Rename in all Activities automatically renames the argument in all scopes and activities where it is used.

To define the renamed activities and scopes, manually un-check the option and maintain the activities where the variable is to be renamed afterwards.

Browse for Types

To browse for argument types, select Browse for Types inside the Type drop-down. The Browse for .net type dialog will then appear, and the user can search for additional types.

Common argument types are:

Argument Description
String Argument that stores only the character string, but no numeric value.
Integer Argument that can represent all integers (for example, 7, 8 or 9, but not 7.5, 8.7, or 9.1)
Boolean Argument that allows only two expressions (True and False or True and False).
Double Argument that can represent all real numbers (thus also 7.5, 1/3 or 9.1).