Discover the ORQA Operations
“Manipulate different operations to customise your workflows”
Operations in ORQA may require one or several input parameters.
As default, ORQA expects strings as input parameters. A string is a type of data representing text.
Other types of Input Parameters
Type of data that can only have one of two possible outcomes, true or false. This data type is especially useful in control flow operations.
Expression to identify a UI element on the screen or XML element of an XML document. All the elements in the UI have Xpaths associated with them. You can decide to write the XPath directly or select it with ORQA.
A unique location to a document in the local system.
A unique location to a folder in the local system.
Constant or Variables?
You can supply as an input parameter a string or a variable. The variable can be defined in a previous step or it can be the output of a previous step. In order to pass a variable as an input just prefix it with a “=”.
=Name will be interpreted as the value of the variable Name
Name will be interpreted as the string (text) Name
Rules of variables
- Variable names cannot be keywords or reserved words (the name of data types). E.g: A variable can’t be name “Date” because date is a data type.
- Variables names cannot include blank spaces or symbols.
- Variables names should always start with a letter of the alphabet.
- Variables names are case sensitive - ie Name and name are two different variables.
- Two different strings of data cannot have the same variable name.
- When using a variable as an input parameter it should include an equal sign before the variable name.
E.g: Input Paramenter: =myVariable
Classification of Operations
Learn how to structure your task and replicate your work flow.
Learn how to quickly build lists and dictionaries in ORQA.
Learn about aggregation, pivot tables and more.
This part explains the different options to filter data while you process it.
ORQA can deal with Excel, CSV, Databases and other input and output options.
Learn how to compare data with this operator.
Transform your data to change formatting, apply string and math operations and more.
Learn how to perform data operations.
Learn about the operations to automate a webpage in this part.
Discover how you can handle XMLs with ORQA.
Enjoy the freedom of writing your own script with Groovy.