When one process is the child of another, it can capture data using its input variables, then pass results out using its output variables. This document describes how to pass this information between processes.
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This document is written for Tidal Enterprise Orchestrator 2.1.2.
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Job variables and results are visible only to the job which created the output.
Complete these steps:
Create the parent process, which will send the information.
Create the child process, which will receive the information.
Note: The child process must have input variables defined in order to receive information from the parent.
Open the Process Definition for the parent process.
In the Toolbox, click Processes.
Locate the child process in the list.
Drag the child process into the correct place within your main work area.
In the properties of the child process, assign the desired value to the input variable.