In most cases, following the typical steps for creating a task will allow you to provide all the functionality necessary to access legacy data and run the task in a custom application. At times, however, custom logic may be required to overcome complex navigation problems and gain direct access to host screens, independent of the Services Builder runtime navigation engine.
There are several methods you can use when this becomes a requirement, each with its own advantages. You can use:
For information on how to use custom steps, see Using Custom Steps.
For information on how to customize only a portion of your step, see Using Scripts to Replace Portions of Task Steps, Overview.
For information on using native access, see Using Screen Native Access, Overview.
You can also create shortcuts through your task by inserting new step destinations. This provides an alternative navigation path, which, depending on task input, allows you to bypass recorded screens.
|Designing Tasks, Overview|
|Using Custom Steps|
|Using Scripts to Replace Portions of Steps, Overview|
|Using Screen Native Access, Overview|
|Adding New Task Step Destinations|