Runtime Replacement Tags (RRTs)

A Runtime Replacement Tag (RRT) is a text string that can be placed in a configuration file for replacement by values at runtime. This feature allows you to set component field values dynamically at runtime.

When a process requires values that depend on data, user input, system variables, or results of other components in a workflow, you can use Runtime Replacement Tag (RRT) strings to insert values in component fields. When components are executed by AutoStore, each component searches all items within the configuration memory and replaces RRTs with actual values.

Topic Description
RRT Syntax The RRT syntax specifies the identifier for an AutoStore component and a tag name associated with the component that determine the replacement value to be inserted in a field value at run time.
How RRTs work Runtime Replacement Tags are evaluated after component finishes execution. They are only available to subsequent components in a workflow.
Using RRTs You can use RRTs when you configure fields of an AutoStore component that is in a task.
Windows RRT The Windows RRT allows AutoStore workflows to access values from Windows environment variables that are defined on a system.
Encrypted Field RRTs AutoStore allows users to define encrypted fields that secure information as it is processed by a workflow.