You can also send project resources, such as project templates, windows, transaction groups, pipelines and even script modules from the Controller to an Agent.
Global Resources may now be sent with the Send Project Resources Task. Resources such as Shared Scripts and Alarm Pipelines may be sent to any Agent. When selecting a destination project, Global resources may only be sent to the "Global project" on the Agent.
On the Controller, under the Configure section of the Gateway webpage, go to Enterprise Administration > Agent Tasks. Let’s create another Gateway Task to send project resources from the Controller to the Agent. Click the ‘Create new Gateway Task’ link. The EAM wizard will guide you through each step of the Send Project Resources task.
You can refer to some of the screenshots in the Send Project Task section as you work your way through the examples in this Send Project Resources Task.
Once your project and project resources are sent to the Agent, you need to complete the installation of your project. You need to setup your authentication profile, database, and Tag providers. Once this is completed, you are ready to use the project and project resources on your Agent.
Sending Tags from a Controller Gateway to an Agent Gateway works a little differently than the other Agent Tasks, since the Send Tags Task is executed from the Designer. Within the Controllers Designer, you can select any number of Tags from the Tag Browser that you want to send to any number of Agents. Right clicking on the Tags brings up the right click context menu, which now has a new EAM > Send Tags to Agents option.
Selecting the Send Tags to Agents option brings up a new window, allowing you to remove any accidentally selected Tags, as well as select which Agents will be receiving the Tags and the Tag Provider to insert them into. Clicking the OK button will begin the process of sending the Tags to the Agents. Once the Tags have all been sent, you will get a new popup, letting you know of the success.
While you can't initiate this task from the Gateway Webpage, you will be able to see it as a running task, as well as find it listed in your task history after running.