We're currently using BT 10 and looking to upgrade to 2016 Enterprise Automation.
One of the things I'll be wanting to do is automate a workflow involving putting a CSV file into a certain directory, with this CSV file containing five columns (for the sake of example, call them Name, Info, Type, Date, and Manufacturer).
I have a BTW file that'll read these columns and print the labels correctly when working manually, but what we're really looking to do is have Integration Builder read the BTW file and the CSV file, and then create nested folders in the web print server director, and in the last folder it places a printable version of the file (doc title based on the Name column) that our label team can select and print however many copies they need without having to (or in fact being able to) modify the document.
Data based example:
csv file contains three rows, the first being header info and the second and third being a labels we want to generate:
Name | Info | Type | Date | Manufacturer
Nails | 6x15 | Metal | 3-1-16 | 3MF
So this would end with there being three new directories and 2 new files: ..\wwwroot\Bartender\3-1-16\3MF\Nails.btw and ..\wwwroot\Bartender\3-1-16\3NF\Screws.btw
I have the trial version of EA 2016 installed now, but I cannot print to file, seemingly because it's not a licensed version and the option doesn't even get presented.
In the licensed version, is the above possible?
On top of that, I'm having a hard time fully understanding how to pass field data from the CSV to Integration Builder to use as a filename, and have it iterate across each record. Any suggestions on how to go about this?