Setting arguments using a manifest fie

Hi all

I’m looking to set up a schedule in my manifest file ready for when I move my robot from the DEV to UAT environment.

I would like to set two schedules up. In ‘schedule 1’ which runs at 11am I would like an input bool ('boolRunMacro) to be set to True and in ‘schedule 2’ where the same process runs at 6pm, I would like
the same bool to the set to false. Is it possible to code that in to the manifest file?

Here is a snip of someone else’s manifest - could it be modified to deal with the above?

“process”: {
“name”: “GPC_MP_DataTransfer_MPro5_Performer”,
“description”: “Transferring Data from My Purchasing to MPro5”,
“environmentName”: “gpc”,
“schedules”: [{
“name”:“Data Transfer Performer”,
“cronExpression”:“0 15 8-20 ? * 2-6”,


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Hi @jordrowley

Could you add some details around creating this manifest. I would then be able to point this out to someone who has more experience with such tasks.