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Gloop Input/Output view

The Input/Output view, located at the bottom of Martini by default, is used to view and edit service inputs and outputs.

Input/Output view not visible

If you want to display the Input/Output view in Martini Desktop, go to the application menu Window > Show View > Input/Output. Alternatively, you can use the shortcut .

This view is composed of two Data model editors placed together side by side.

service editor Input-Output view

service editor Input-Output view

View layout

In Martini Desktop, the Input/Output view offers different layouts for the two data model editors: Horizontal, Vertical, Tabs, and Auto. By default, the Auto layout is selected; it displays the data model editors either horizontally or vertically depending on the available space. The layout can be changed by clicking the table shaped icon on the view toolbar, on the top right of the Input/Output view.

Renaming and deleting

The renaming and deleting of properties does not refactor the steps referencing them.

Adding inputs and outputs

Martini makes it easy to define the input and output variables of Gloop services using the Input/Output view. This view is shown by default when editing a service.

There are multiple ways to add an input or output variable. You can use:

  • Hotkeys;
  • Content-assist;
  • The add button in the Input/Output view toolbars; and
  • Right clicking on the Input/Output view, and then selecting Add.

The last two options are fairly similar in that they both bring up a context menu listing all available property types. After selecting the type of variable you want from the context menu, you will be given the option to rename the property. Once done, press to finalize the name.

Adding a new input property via the toolbar

Adding a new input property via the toolbar


You can rename a property by right clicking it, and then selecting Rename from the appearing context menu. As an alternative, you can also press .

Adding a new service input variable

Adding a new service input variable


Pressing while focused on the Input/Output view triggers content-assist, which enables the user to quickly insert a variable using just the keyboard. Aside from primitive variable types, it also allows the user to pick data models and array variables. Use the arrow keys to shuffle through available types and press to confirm your choice.

Adding a new service input variable using content-assist

Adding a new service input variable using content-assist

Dragging and dropping models

Another alternative to adding input or output data model properties is to drag and drop them from the Navigator view to the Input/Output view.

Dragging and dropping data models from the Navigator

Dragging and dropping data models from the Navigator