Shared workflows

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  • Split String Using Specific Characters

    This workflow example demonstrates two different ways to split a string based on specified characters. The Substring node returns the part of a string between the specified offset or the specified string while the RegEx Match One Flowgear Evaluator Node enables you to match and return the first occurrence of the specified Regular Expression pattern in an expression.
  • XFormat

    This example demonstrates the use of the XFormat Node, which replaces matching sections of its expression with the text specified in the Custom Properties. This text needs to point to valid elements in the XML document. This is useful for querying data from an XML document and forming human readable string text.
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  • XML Flatten

    This example demonstrates the use of the XML Flatten node which removes hierarchy in an XML document so that elements are rendered in order of their original depth in a flat hierarchy. This is useful if you are converting an XML document to a human-readable report (for example, you can use the output of this Node to render a spreadsheet using the Excel Node)
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  • XML Match

    This example demonstrates the use of the XML Match Node. The XML Match Node is useful when attempting to isolate the value of a specific element within an XML document. These examples include a simple variant and one where namespaces are involved.
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  • XML Match With Functions

    This example demonstrates some of the functions that can be used with the XML Match node. If you need to do more than simply return the InnterText of an Element, you can use functions such as "concat" which will combine the InnerText of two different elements. You can also get the sum of a group of elements with "sum".
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  • XML Replace

    An example where the text contents of an Element in an XML document are replaced by a desired value. Useful when pulling product information in the form of XML and then updating Quantity or Price, and then pushing the information back in.
  • XML to HTML

    Simple example of converting XML to HTML format. Can be used to push raw XML documents straight into the contents of a web page.
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  • XPath Count

    This example demonstrates how to count the number of occurrences of a match using XPath Match. Useful when pulling an XML document that might contain multiple orders and items, then determinining how many of each.
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  • XPath Match

    This example demonstrates how the XPath Match node can be used to extract specified elements from an XML payload. This is useful when trying to obtain information from an XML structured document such as a Purchase Order where you need to pass the Purchase Order number through your integration.
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  • Process Start Node

    This workflow demonstrates the use of the Process Start Node to launch a Windows process or task and optionally allow interaction via StdIn, StdOut and StdError. In this the workflow illustrates how to use the Process Start Node to synchronously initiate an SFTP file transfer using Win SCP.
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