This guide explains how to share data between processes.
In many occasions we will need to communicate data from one process to another, when a process is in charge of generating or obtaining data that are required for the execution of the next process.
In Runnerty we can indicate the data we need to share through the
OUTPUT_SHARE property of the process that shares the data.
This property is an array of objects in which we must indicate for each one of the objects,
key (prefix of the value to create),
name (name) and
value (assigned value).
Runnerty will create the new variable concatenating
_ as separator.
In this example we see how the
USER_NAME variables are created, which we can access in the following process by means of the
It is important to read the documentation of
output of each executor to know the fields and values that they offer us since they are not always offered only
PROCESS_EXEC_ERR_OUTPUT in case of error.