The Arguments panel enables you to create arguments and make changes to them.
The name of your argument. If you do not add a name to an argument, one is automatically generated. For more information on how to name your arguments, see Naming Best Practices.
Select a direction for your argument. The following options are available:
- In – the argument can be used to retrieve data from outside of a given project.
- Out – the argument can be used to pass data outside of a given project.
- In/Out – the argument can be used to both retrieve data from outside of a given project, and to pass data outside of a project.
- Property – not currently used.
Choose the value type you want your argument to store. The following options are available:
- Array of [T]
- Browse for Types
If you select a .Net type from the Browse and Select a .Net Type window, it is added to the Argument Type drop-down list.
The default value of the argument. If this field is empty, the variable does not have a default value.