Imports a VM/Template/Snapshot from XVA (.xva file) and builds a VM entity inside of the XenServer. The type of the VM created will be same as the type of the VM which was exported to an XVA. Automatically binds to the first XenServer connection object preceding this activity.
Specifies the folder where the XenServer Virtual Appliance file (.xva) is stored.
Specifies the name of the XenServer Virtual Appliance file (.xva) to be imported into XenServer.
Specifies whether to handle the import as a replacment of the original VM, template, or snapshot (True) or not (False). You can also bind this parameter to a conditional.
Specifies whether to force the import and ignore any checksum failures (True) or not (False). You can also bind this parameter to a conditional.
Specifies the UUID of the storage repository into which the imported XVA should be stored.
Specifies the XenServer host name on which to start the new imported virtual machine. This parameter is ignored if `Start VM Automatically' is False.
Start VM Automatically
Specifies whether to start the new imported virtual machine immediately after importing it. This property is ignored if the imported XVA is a template.
VM object output
Contains VM object corresponding to the VM/Template which is imported from input XVA file.
Overrides the connection object assumed for the XenServer connection. This activity automatically binds to the first connection object defined in a workflow. Specify a binding for this parameter to override the assumed connection.
Stop On Error (SOE)
If the task throws an exception and this property is 'True' (the default), workflow execution will be stopped. When 'False', the error will be logged and workflow execution will continue as if no error occurred.
Please specify the identifier of the activity. It has to be unique in the workflow.
Please specify if the activity is enabled or not. If an activity is not enabled it will not participate in the execution and validation.
Please specify the description of the activity.