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Foundation 22.1

This operation allows you to perform a custom query with display columns in OnBase directly from a line-of-business application. You can find more information on this operation in the Outbound Operations section of the Enterprise Integration Server documentation (known as the executeDisplayColumnQuery operation, within the CustomQuery category).

  1. Click on the custom query you want to be performed when this operation is executed, then click Next.

    You can filter the list of available custom queries by typing text into the Find field.

    The Web Operation Details dialog box is displayed.
  2. Specify the name that you want to be displayed for your operation in the Display Name field. The specified name will be used to display the operation in the Integration Services tab of OnBase Studio.
  3. Specify an XML-compatible name for your operation in the XML Compatible Name (follows XML validation rules) field. Unicode characters are not supported.
  4. Click Next. The Keyword details dialog box is displayed.
  5. Select one or more Keyword Types to be used by your web operation.

    You can select and deselect the Include/Exclude all option to select or deselect all available Keyword Types.

  6. All available keywords will automatically have an XML-compatible name generated. You can change this name if desired by selecting a Keyword Type and then modifying the Edit XML Compatible Name field and clicking Set.
    The value entered in this field will be truncated to 120 characters when saved to the database.
  7. Select the Required option for any Keyword Types that must appear on web operation of this type. If any Required Keyword Types are not present on a web operation, that web operation cannot be published.
  8. Click Finish. The newly created web operation is now available in the Integration Services tab of OnBase Studio.