User Guide : Scripting : Accessing EZscript Editor
 
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Accessing EZscript Editor
You can access the EZscript Editor from Project Explorer, map, or process as listed in the following table.
 
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Project Explorer
Create or open an EZscript Library artifact. The EZscript Library file opens in a separate tab.
For information to create or open an existing EZscript artifact, see Managing Workspaces, Projects, and Integration Artifacts
Map file > Sources tab
In the Define Filters section, click (+) icon. The EZscript Expressions window is displayed.
In the Define Sort Options section, click (+) icon to add a field. The field is added to the fields list. Click the field that is added and from the drop-down list, select <Build Expression..>. The EZscript Expressions window is displayed.
From the Source drop-down menu, select Constants. In Value Expression field, click ... The EZscript Expressions window is displayed.
Map file > Targets tab
In the Define Filters section, click (+) icon. The EZscript Expressions window is displayed.
Map file > Mapping tab
In the Expression column, click the required field and then click .... The EZscript Expressions window is displayed.
Map file > Configuration tab
In Map Events section, click (+) icon. Select the events, actions, and parameters.
You can specify a value for a few parameters using EZscript. To do this, in the Value column, click .... The EZscript Expressions window is displayed.
Process file > Step Builder Canvas tab
From the Palette, drag and drop a Script step. The properties tab for the script step is displayed at the bottom. Select the Expression option and click Open. The EZscript Expression window is displayed.
Process file > Step Builder Canvas tab > Start step
In the Start tab at the bottom, select the Expression option and click Open. The EZscript Expression window is displayed.
Process file > Step Builder Canvas tab > Stop step
In the Stop tab at the bottom, select the Expression option and click Open. The EZscript Expression window is displayed.