With the create-variable action you can create a variable of type Boolean, DateTime, Enumeration, Float/Currency, Integer/Long or String.
See Microflow Element Common Properties for properties that all activities share (e.g. caption). This page only describes the properties specific to the action.
The data type defines what kind of data can be stored in the variable.
|Boolean||True or False|
|Enumeration||One out of a set values that you’ve predefined in your model, or empty|
|Float/Currency||A positive or negative number, eventually with decimal places, or zero|
|Integer/Long||A whole number that can be positive (maximum 263-1), negative (minimum -263), or zero|
|String||A set of characters. It can among others contain letters, spaces and/or numbers|
Initial value defines the value where the primitive variable will start with. The value needs to be entered using microflow expressions. The microflow expression should result in the type of data that corresponds with the one of the property data type.
Variable name defines the name of the resulting primitive variable. It can be used by all activities that follow-up this activity.