These tokens are used within Process definition tasks:
The data returned in the first row for the named column after Procedure.SQL executes. The element's SQL Return Type attribute must be set to FirstRow.
The last error message string for the procedure with the specified ID.
When using the Procedure.Run Shell Command element, if the element's Error Output Filename attribute has been left blank, this token contains the shell command's or application's error output. If no error has occurred, this token will have no value.
When using the Procedure.Run Shell Command element, contains the "exit" or "return" code from the shell command or application, often 0 for success.
The data returned from an external web service after Procedure.Web Service executes. The Web Service Method element used in the procedure must have its Return Type attribute set to String.
The value of the stored procedure's Return Value, if any, after Procedure.SP executes.
For Procedure.File Exists and Procedure.Folder Exists, this token will return "True" or "False".
The number of rows affected by an INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statement, after Procedure.SQL executes. Procedure.SQL element's SQL Return Type attribute must be set to RowsAffected.
When using the Procedure.Run Shell Command element, if the element's Standard Output Filename attribute has been left blank, this token contains the shell command's or application's standard console output. If there is no standard output, this will have no value.
The data in an SP output parameter with the specified ID, after Procedure.SP executes.
When using the Procedure.Run Shell Command element, contains True if a timeout occurred; otherwise contains False.
Four additional Procedure tokens specific to the File Upload process are shown in @File Upload Tokens.