Key Features of the Flow Software Snap Pack
In the Flow Software Snap Pack, there are 12 Snaps including:
- Binary Router: This Snap drives binary documents to different output views based on a boolean expression
- Copy: This Snap copies a document stream to the Snap’s output views, and can send the same information to multiple endpoints
- Data Validator: This Snap validates incoming data with a set of defined constraints
- Exit: This Snap forces a pipeline to stop with a failed status if it receives more records than the user-defined threshold
- Filter: This Snap filters a document stream based on expression functions
- ForEach: This Snap invokes a new pipeline for each of the incoming documents
- Head: This Snap sends the specified number of input documents to the output view relative to the start of the input stream
- Pipeline Execute: This Snap executes pipelines and flows documents into and out of these executions flexibly and efficiently
- Router: This Snap routes documents to output views matching a boolean expression. Unlike the Filter Snap, the Router Snap handles multiple streams
- Tail: This Snap reads the specified number of documents from the end of the input stream
- Task Execute: This Snap executes predefined triggered tasks
- Union: This Snap merges document streams into a single output stream
- Gate: This Snap allows you to aggregate multiple inputs into a single output document. Unlike the Union Snap, Gate Snap waits for all the inputs before producing a document at the output view, allowing you to create dependencies between the upstream and the downstream Snaps.
The workflow below shows how a task can be selected from the current project or from the Shared project using the suggest functionality of the task property.