p_powers86 Absent Member.
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ScripEngine does not exist or Cannot be located

I'm testing deploying applications on a Mac via ZCM. I managed to get my application to the point where it would download and install the fines. When I attempted to launch my newly deployed bundle, I was greeted with an error that read, "Failed to process action: ScriptEngine either does not exist or Cannot be executed. I have no idea what may be causing this error, but I know that I can go to the program that is on the HDD and launch the program just fine.

Any ideas?
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shaunpond Absent Member.
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Re: ScripEngine does not exist or Cannot be located

P,

what exactly did you have in the bundle?

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Shaun Pond


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jkillebrew Absent Member.
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Re: ScripEngine does not exist or Cannot be located

This might be way off since the question is vague, but the only way I could launch an app from bundle is to directly reference the binary inside the .app folder. For example to launch safari, you have to specify the binary /Applications/Safari.app/Contents/MacOS/Safari.

I tried "open /Applications/Safari.app" which works from a terminal window but that results in the exact error described. Using just "/Applications/Safari.app" does nothing.
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