Working with Starfish Variables
Starfish variables can be used to store configurable information used by jobs and scripts. In the example below, several Variables have been defined.
Use the following steps to walk through
- Viewing variables
- Selecting and changing a variable
- Navigate to the Project’s Variables tab
- Modify the server time offsets to reflect the time differences of each server
- ServerTimeOffset-HubSpot – typically US Central time
- StarfishETL iPaaS is on US Central Time
- Change ClosedWon and ClosedLost Opportunity Type Ids if different from current selection
- Specify User Ids for each Starfish user
- Specify the default sales representative for Creatio. This will be used to assign the Leads.
New variables can be created by selecting the New action at the upper left most part of the Variable grid.
Working with Cross References (Xref files)
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Starfish Scripting Class Object
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Starfish ETL iPaaS Logging Features and Settings
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Using Starfish Scripting Class Properties & Methods in C#
See available Starfish Scripting Class Variables, Properties and Methods. To use these variables, properties and methods, you must append "Starfish." to the beginning of variable, property or method AND you must use the exact capitalization as found ...