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Task Elements (also known as Nodes) are the basic building blocks of a Presence [[Task]]. Task Elements are dragged into the Task Design View and joined together using a mouse gesture. In the example below (from the [[Task Designer]] interface) there are four such Task Elements:
 
Task Elements (also known as Nodes) are the basic building blocks of a Presence [[Task]]. Task Elements are dragged into the Task Design View and joined together using a mouse gesture. In the example below (from the [[Task Designer]] interface) there are four such Task Elements:
  

Revision as of 12:45, 16 March 2009

What are Task Elements?

Task Elements (also known as Nodes) are the basic building blocks of a Presence Task. Task Elements are dragged into the Task Design View and joined together using a mouse gesture. In the example below (from the Task Designer interface) there are four such Task Elements:

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Task Elements are split into the following categories - please follow the category links to read more about the available Task Elements under each category:

Flow Control

These Task Elements control the flow of the Task. Many Tasks have a simple start and end point and a linear flow. Others will be more complex, requiring run-time decisions and branching based on the current data.

Data Access

These Tasks Elements are designed to load information from sources external to Presence.