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Migration of workflow from /etc to /var for 6.5 to 6.5 upgrade

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22-11-2019

I migrated my custom workflow model from /etc to /var and scripts from /etc to /apps. But on execution of the workflow I am getting the below error:

"...  com.adobe.granite.workflow.core.rule.ScriptingRuleEngine Could not find script resource /apps/workflow/scripts/new.ecma.  Workflow Scripts may need to be located in /libs or /apps to be executed  ...."

I have crossed check my workflow. It refers to the script at path /apps/workflow/scripts/new.ecma but on execution it is not able to find the resource.

Is there anything that I missed out which might be causing this issue?

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27-11-2019

Thanks Wasil and Vishu, that permission fixed the problem partially.

The behaviour of my custom workflow seems to be a little peculiar. For some workflow models, the scripts are getting picked and complied correctly, whereas for some other, I am getting the above error that the script doesn't exist [even though it does]. Any help on that?