If NA saves autoremidation scripts, leading spaces are deleted, can we disable this behavior

Idea ID 2769792

If NA saves autoremidation scripts, leading spaces are deleted, can we disable this behavior

NA Version 10.50 P3 Linux

NA deletes leading spaces in autoremidiation scrips, this does not matter for Perl/Shellscrips, because
space intendations are used there only for better readability, but in Python you have to indent blocks. Can NA be configured to not delete leasing spaces in autoremediation script's?

Example that works:
a=2
b=3
if b > a:
print("TEST:")

What does not work:
a=2
b=3
if b > a:
print("TEST:")
Classic error message in such cases:
IndentationError: expected an indented block

 

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: Needs Clarification

Dear submitter,

From the description, this appears to be a bug and not an idea. Can you please clarify?

If you had a support case opened for it, please share the ID for the same.

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: Declined

Dear Submitter,
From the description of the idea, it does not appear to be expected product behavior. Hence, I would suggest you work with the support team to get this defect addressed.

Given that this forum is meant for product enhancements only, I would decline this idea on Idea Exchange.

Thanks.

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