To learn more about triggers in general, see section Understanding Triggers.

TCP/IP server trigger event occurs after the monitored socket (IP address and port number) receives data.

Typical usage: An existing business system executes a transaction, which in effect sends the data to NiceLabel Automation server on a specific socket. Data content might be structured using CSV, XML and other formats, or it might use a legacy format. In either way, NiceLabel Automation reads the data, parses values using filters and prints them on labels. For more information on how to parse and extract the data, see section Understanding Filters.