The SingleItem activity type

Abstract

Overview of the SingleItem activity type for use in the Sitecore Marketing Automation logic.

The SingleItem activity type helps define the logic when Marketing Automation enrolls contacts into campaigns.

You use the SingleItem activity type when you want to perform a marketing action and afterwards proceed directly to another activity type. For example, it can send an email to the contact and then send an SMS with a unique and personal code.

Item structure

The SingleItem activity type contains the following structure:

Illustration showing the structure of the SingleItem activity type.

Properties

The SingleItem activity type has the following properties:

Ingoing paths

1

Outgoing paths

1

Title and subtitle

Displayed when the activity type parameters are defined.

Logic positions

Before or after other SingleItem activity types.

Supported CSS classes

The SingleItem activity type supports the following CSS classes:

CSS class

Undefined

Defined

marketing-action

marketing-action-undefined1.png
marketing-action-defined1.png

other-element

other-undefined1.png
other-defined1.png

Sample TypeScript implementation

This is a sample implementation of the SingleItem activity type:

sample/src/sample-single-item-activity-type.ts

import { SingleItem } from '@sitecore/ma-core';

export class SampleSingleItemActivityType extends SingleItem {

  getVisual(): string {
    const subTitle = this.isDefined ? 'Count: ' + this.editorParams.count : '';
    const cssClass = this.isDefined ? '' : 'undefined';

    // The CSS class can either be marketing-action or other-element.
    return `
      <div class="marketing-action ${cssClass}">
        <span class="icon">
          <img src="/~/icon/OfficeWhite/32x32/gearwheels.png" />
        </span>
        <p class="text with-subtitle" title="Sample single item">
          Sample single item
          <small class="subtitle" title="${subTitle}">${subTitle}</small>
        </p>
      </div>
    `;
  }

  get isDefined(): boolean {
    /*
      The editorParams property value is the object that is serialized from the activity editor.
      If the activity is undefined, the editorParams property will evaluate to {}.
    */
    return Boolean(this.editorParams.count);
  }
}