SBM Orchestration Guide → Orchestration Procedures → Using Data Mapping → Creating Private Simple or Library Type Working Data
You performed the steps in Creating a Practice Process App for Data Mapping.
On the Data Mapping tab of the orchestration workflow Property Editor, you can create private simple or library type working data elements to use in an orchestration. The steps for creating them are the same.
Private simple working data is classified by data types. In computer programming, a data type restricts a data element to a particular type of information. For example, a string can contain only characters and spaces. "ProcessApp101" and "ab cde!f" are both strings. An integer can contain only whole numbers, that is, numbers that do not contain fractional parts. The numbers 1, 88, and 1099 are integers; however, 1.5, 88.72, and 1099.579 are not (they are called floating-point numbers). Private simple working data is shared by all of the steps in the orchestration workflow.
Library type working data is provided by the WSDL files that are imported into an orchestration workflow. For example, the "auth" library type is a private complex type that contains the userId, password, hostname, and loginAsUserId parameters supplied by the SBM Web service. For more information about the "auth" data element (argument), refer to the SBM Web Services Developer's Guide.
In the following exercise, you will create a private simple working data element (PrivateSimple) and a library type data element (LibraryType).
To create a private simple working data element and a library type working data element:
The WorkingData step input should be visible under the name of the orchestration workflow (DataMappingOrchWF) in the Working data column. (If it is not, click a blank area in the orchestration workflow editor.)
A new data element (Boolean or Integer) is added under the WorkingData step input.
A new data element (Auth or Credentials) is added under PrivateSimple.
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