Injecting contextual entity variables into action payloads


You can inject contextual workflow entities via variables into the remote action payload template. 

Entity Variables

You can inject contextual variables with workflow entities into the remote action payload templates.

Syntax

There are two different syntactical notations to refer to variables:

Shorthand notation

The shorthand notation is $entity.key / $entity.key.subkey – using this shorter notation is usually preferable for brevity, and also required within the Automate with AWS post function and Automate with AWS workflow condition.

Formal notation

The formal notation is ${entity.key} / ${entity.key.subkey} – using this longer notation is optional in general, but not supported within the Automate with AWS post function and Automate with AWS workflow condition.

Entities

The currently available entities are:


Actions

You can inject contextual variables into the following actions:

How-to Articles

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)