Some JScript, VBScript, PowerShell and batch file scripts are not merely running commands, but also provide some screen output. After Execute script Action completes, the screen output of executed scripts are retrievable as dynamic values via Variable Wizard. These dynamic values can then be used in any subsequent Action as a parameter specifying its operations.
Variable Wizard retrieves the following dynamic values from the Execute script Action:
|First output line||Returns the first line of screen output generated by the script.|
|Second line||Returns the second line of script's screen output.|
|Third line||Returns the third line of script's output.|
|4th line||Returns the fourth line of script's screen output.|
|5th line||Returns the fifth line of script's output.|
|6th line||Returns the sixth line of script's output.|
|All lines||Returns entire screen output generated by the executed script.|
|Action completion status||The value that indicates whether the script execution was successfully started or failed.|
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