How-To Webinar: Redwood Script – Part 2 (EU)

Location: Europe , Online

30 June 2021 from 10.30am - 12.00pm CEST

In April’s How-To Webinar, we shared fundamentals on getting started with Redwood Script, including practical examples for advanced automation. We received overwhelming positive feedback and requests for even more scripting tips and examples – and we heard you loud and clear!

That’s why we’re inviting you and your automation peers to join this second session on Redwood Script. In this 90-minute live webinar, we will dive into 4 core subjects:

  1. Advanced dynamic job capabilities

Working with dynamic jobs? We’ll show you how to make them more resilient, and how to terminate a job and all its child processes. We’ll also show how to create temporary objects for one-time use so you have all the benefits of a dynamic job without cluttering your environment with objects that are not used or needed.

  1. Managing dates and time zones

Most customers run automation that is triggered on, or needs to work with, a specific day/time. When you’re working with dates in Redwood Script, you’ll want to know and use DateTimeZone for manipulation of dates and times. We’ll show you how it works and several use cases, including how to add or remove days or time from a date, cross time zones, or change the format.

  1. Script and Custom REL Libraries

Put the scripts you write – or those imported from third parties – into libraries to make integrations easier and use them again and again. You can also use libraries to extend the Redwood Expression Language with your own custom functions so they can be used in any process definition.

  1. Utility Use Cases

We’ll conclude with a set of common utility use cases, including basics like starting/stopping process servers or queues, and raising and clearing events.

We’ll also show you how you can use Redwood Script to enforce the naming conventions and standards you define for your environment, preventing inconsistencies and ensuring a clean, well-organized environment.

As before, code examples from the session will be shared on GitHub for you to use or modify!

We’re looking forward to seeing you and your colleagues at the live webinar.

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