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Updated on 1/21/2020
Client Services Designer Guide
Environment Node
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The Environment node is used to map environment properties to flow variables such as bh.local and bh.input. The environment properties are part of the Environments editor in the Studio Application page. See Define Environments to learn more.

How to Use

  • Open the Services editor window.
  • Click the plus icon to add a new service or open an existing service from the service list.
  • From the Nodes Palette, drag and drop an Environment node to the service designer.
  • Drag and drop other nodes to create a flow. Make sure the flow starts with a Start node.
  • After the flow is created, import the service flow to an application page. See Import a service to learn more.

Associated Attributes

  • Name: A unique name for the node. This name will display on the service editor when you save the node.
  • Map Properties: Used to map environment properties to a flow variable. To map a property:
    1. Select the type of flow variable that you want to map. The bh.input variable is selected by default. See properties to learn more.
    2. Enter the value of the flow variable.
    3. Select the environment property that you want to map the flow variable to.

If you modify any property or add a property in the Environments editor, you can click the Refresh icon to get the latest properties to appear in the Env Property drop-down list. Click the + icon to add the property to the list.


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