You can use global variables to handle host screens, such as inactivity lockout screens, where a task input is required before the task can continue. By renaming your task input GLOBAL_xxxx, when you record and define a global screen that dismisses the inactivity lockout, you can change the value/expression associated with the task input on that screen to GLOBAL_xxxx.
For example, you might have a task input named password that is associated with a field called HostField1 in Step2, Screen2. Rename HostField1 to GLOBAL_password. Now, when you record and define the global screen that dismisses the inactivity lockout screen, you can change the value or expression associated with the task input on that screen to GLOBAL_password.
For more information on task input properties, see Task and Task Step Property Descriptions.
|To create a global variable|
|Handling Special Case Screens, Overview|
|Task and Task Step Property Descriptions|