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Define a Write to a File Action for a One-Step

Use the Write to a File Action to create, overwrite, or append contents to a file when the One-Step runs. For example, add a One-Step to a threshold-based Automation Process to keep a log file of the current date and time each time the number of open VIP Incidents exceeds a certain threshold.

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To define a Write to a File Action:

  1. Create a One-Step.
  2. On the General page in the One-Step window (accessed from within the One-Step Manager), click Add, and then select Write to a File.

    The Write File window opens.

    Write File Action

  3. Define general properties for the Write to a File Action:
  4. Define the contents you want to write to the file:
  5. Define additional options for writing the file:
  6. Click OK.

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