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Consumes data from Input or Format Tools and pushes such information out of TaskCentre into another system, application or communication method.
Output Tools - Send Message (SMTP)
The Send Message (SMTP) Tool is used to send messages to virtually any SMTP compliant mail server. The Tool is capable of sending multiple messages in either text or HTML formats, incorporating data from an Input and/or Format Tool to any number recipients. If the data being used from, for example, a Database Query (ODBC) Tool includes a column containing e-mail addresses, then this may be used as a `dynamic' recipient address for the messages sent.
Output Tools - Call Procedure (OLEDB)
The versatile Stored Procedure Tool provides the ability to execute database stored procedures and functions to provide read, write and automated data processing. The Action supports any RDBMS with a functional OLEDB Provider thus enabling native support for a multitude of data sources. If a procedure generates a result set, the Tool can return this to other Tools for format and/or delivery. Conversely, the Tool can consume a result set to enable multiple procedure calls or indeed simply execute a single procedure. Procedure calls can be passed static or dynamic parameters in order to control the precise nature of the call being made.
Output Tools - Send FAX (Tobit)
The Send Fax (Tobit) Tool is used to send static or dynamic faxes to one or more recipients via the market-leading mid-range fax products from Tobit Software. The Send Fax (Tobit) Tool will support Tobit FaxWare and Tobit David, the powerful unified messaging server. The action directly supports the Tobit address book and fax cover pages.
Output Tools - File Transfer (FTP)
The File Transfer (FTP) Tool is used to upload or download one or more files to and from one or more FTP Servers. When uploading, the file or document to be transferred may be created by TaskCentre Tools or may already exist within an accessible file system. For example, documents produced by the Format type actions can be produced dynamically and uploaded to an FTP site in a single Task.
Output Tools - Save as File
The Save as File Tool can be used to save the output from a Format type Tool as one or more files on disk or to save one or more files from a binary column exposed by an action such as Database Query (ODBC). This could be to update an intranet, to save documents for later processing by another Task or simply to expose information to another system or application. For example, HTML output from a Format as HTML Tool may be saved as one or more .HTM files or output from Format as Text as .CSV for use in Microsoft Excel.
Output Tools - Print Document
The Print Tool provides comprehensive print services that can be incorporated into any process where hard-copy output is required. The print action works by interacting with other actions that produce textual output such as Format as Text or that expose print capabilities such as Run Crystal Report. A single Print Tool can print one or many documents to any printer for which a print Windows compatible driver exists. The Print Tool allows the configuration of all the standard print attributes when designing a specific action but also allows these to be controlled at run-time by using objects from, for example, a Database Query Tool.
Output Tools - Send SMS (M:Science)
The Send SMS Tool is used to send SMS (Short Message Service) text messages to one or more GSM mobile devices via the market-leading SMS Server product from M:Science. The Tool is capable of sending static or dynamic SMS Messages to one or multiple recipients. Typically the action works by using text documents produced by the Format as Text Tool due to the nature of the SMS medium. If the source data for the Text documents includes a mobile number, then this may be used as a dynamic recipient address for the SMS messages.
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