After you have configured all of the steps to define an action task, you are ready review your task configuration before you save and close the task editor.
The following illustration is an example of the Review page for a new task.
The following table describes the fields displayed on the Review page when you create a new task.
|Name||The name of the task displayed in the end-user interface. For example, if you enter Create Task in Project, this is displayed as shown in the following illustration.
|Connection Type||Shows the type of task. One of:
|State||The state of the task. One of:
|Short Description||The Short description for the task displayed immediately below the task title in the user interface.|
|Auth Mechanism||The type of authorization mechanism defined. One of:
|Identity Provider||The name defined for the authorization mechanism type.|
|Request Chain||The URLs and paths to your Bot system or website to initiate the delivery of the data payload from the Bot to Kore.|
|Payload Fields||The fields from the response payload from the Bot to use in the action response displayed to the end-user.|
|Search Keywords||Search keywords defined that the end-user can search for to identify this task.|
After you review your task, you can select a previous step in your task and edit the settings, or click Finish Setup to save and close your task.
After you save a task, you must publish the task to make it available to an enterprise or public marketplace. For more information, see Publishing Tasks.