Technically it is fully developed scenario, that can run completely on its own, or as part of a larger scenario (main scenario). And in this case such scenario – when is a part of a larger scenario – is called subscenario. There is only one condition: the subscenario’s .wlnk file has to be located in one of these folders (the robot collects data from all these three places):

    • C:\Program Files (x86)\First Byte\WizlinkDesigner\SubScenarios
    • C:\Users\[...]\AppData\Local\Wizlink\SubScenarios
    • C:\ProgramData\Wizlink\SubScenarios

If the scenario and the subscenario are to transmit data to each other, parameters (In and Out) must be created in the subscenario. There is a tab Scenario Invoker Parameters at the bottom of the Wizlink's screen - open it and create parameters there. Make sure each parameter has a corresponding variable in both: main and subscenario.