Scope

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The Scope property of an Activity determines at which level in a Batch hierarchy the Activity runs.

Activities can run at different levels in a Batch.

They can run on the following:


About

One example of how scope is used in Grooper is seen below. In this example the Separate activity using the Undo Separation provider was run on a Batch containing multiple folder levels. The activity was run at three scope levels:

  1. The Batch level
  2. The first Batch Folder level
  3. The second Batch Folder level


The original Batch with three Batch Folder levels Undo Separation ran at the "Batch" scope.
  • All folders are removed.
Undo Separation ran at "Folder Level 1" scope.
  • All folders below the first level are removed.
Undo Separation ran at "Folder Level 2" scope.
  • All folders below the second level are removed.
Undo separation 1.png
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Undo separation 2.png
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