The CSA GUI does already have a small blue box (overlays the red box in the picture above) when the script succeeds. But when the script fails (as shown), the results of the failure need to be searched in '/var/vols/itom/hcm/logs/csa/csa.log', which can be cumbersome. More specifically, a CSA author has to change their focus from one process (CSA concepts and CSA GUI) to another (OS navigation and log file parsing). In addition, the log file(s) will most likely contain entries for other users and activities, not related to the failure in question. This, from my experience, increases the "human factor" for errors by keeping CSA authors mentally juggling from one head-space to another, when they'd rather be focused on conceptualizing the nuances of the use case for which they are developing.
I'd like to suggest adding a "Results" pane in the CSA GUI that will show the output of the CSA script. For example:
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