Under Available Actions, click Create
Note: The DNS Integrity Gateway generates sub-directories and files for your new workflow including _page.py file, _form.py (this contains validators for fields in the page of your workflow), _init_.py file, as well as sub-folders for the HTML page, in <dns_integrity_gateway>/workflows/. For example, <dns_integrity_gateway>/workflows/Examples/example_workflow.
In the New Workflow Name field, type the name of your
new workflow. As you type the Python Implementation Name
and Endpoint Name fields will auto-complete. You can
modify the content of those fields as necessary.
Note: The workflow name must start with a letter or underscore and consist of only letters, numbers, and underscores.
- Optional—In the Workflow Category field, type the nested category and sub-categories for your new workflow. For example, Examples/example_workflow. Leave this field blank if you want to place the new workflow at the root level.
- In the Available Actions Display Name field, enter a name for your new workflow as it will appear under the Available Action menu.
- In the Workflow Description field, enter a basic summary of what the workflow does.
- Under Workflow Type, select Workflow with UI to make your workflow available through the DNS Integrity Gateway user interface and as a REST API.
- Click SUBMIT.