How to create a WEL logon macro

Perform the following steps to create a WEL logon macro:
  1. From ZIETrans Projects view, select the project connection from the Connection folder
  2. From the ZIETrans toolbar, click the Open ZIETrans Host Terminal icon to start a session.
  3. Click on the Record Macro icon
  4. Navigate to the screen that contains the user ID input field.
  5. Select Add Prompt Action icon from the toolbar, and the Add Prompt Action wizard appears. Fill in the fields. For more information, see Add Prompt Action.
  6. Select Use Web Express Logon in the Add Prompt Action dialog. Select the prompt type of User ID and enter the Application ID in the Application ID field.
  7. Navigate to the Password input field.
  8. Select Add Prompt Action icon, select Use Web Express Logon with Prompt type of Password and enter it in the Application ID.
  9. When you have completed the login process, click the Stop Macro icon and the Save Macro.
After the macro has been recorded and saved, you must configure ZIETrans to invoke the macro. There are several methods which you can use:
  • Define the WEL logon macro as the connect macro for the connection. Perform the following steps to configure WEL as the connect macro:
    1. Select the connection from the ZIETrans Projects view.
    2. Open the Macros tab.
    3. Select the WEL macro using the Connect macro drop-down list.
  • Invoke the WEL logon macro with the Play Macro option on the Connect event:
    1. In the Project Settings view, select the Events tab.
    2. Under Application Events, click Connect.
    3. On the Overview panel for the Connect event, click the Actions tab.
    4. On the Actions panel, click Add.
    5. On the Select an Action page, select Play macro and click Next.
    6. On the Define Action Properties page, select the WEL logon macro from the drop-down list and click Finish.
  • Invoke the WEL logon macro with a Play Macro option on a screen customization. For more information, see Play macro.
  • Create an Integration Object from the macro.