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Re: Run Shell script in classic
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I've been using it on v7 without any issues so far.

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Re: How to give login operator name as a default field value?
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Hi Annie,You can check "modifiedBy-id" field which must have been defined while creating your custom schema and the below link helps to get the operator's name .You can refer any OOB schema for the same. This snippet is from the Delivery Schema.Hope this helps.Thanks,Anita

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Re: How to run a shell script placed in server through Javascript?
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Hi,For operators with the createProcess right, it's execCommand() in workflow js.Script should be executable by the neolane user.You can also read the file in js with loadFile() or similar, then it's just iterating and setting fileT[col][row] = file[row][col];Thanks,-Jon

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