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[SSH Command] The results of v1.0 and v2.0 are different.

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Dears,

I use the following operations,the results of v1.0 and v2.0 are different.

/Base [1.15.0]/Library/Operations/Remote Command Execution/SSH/v1.0/SSH Command
/Base [1.15.0]/Library/Operations/Remote Command Execution/SSH/v2.0/SSH Command

Use the two operations above to make different flows, and specify the path that does not exist in "command" (such as bash /etc/test/test.sh)


V1.0 will return an error:

{exception=;SESSION_ON=true;returnCode=-1;STDERR=bash: /etc/test/test.sh: No such file or directory
;returnResult=bash: /etc/test/test.sh: No such file or directory
;STDOUT=;sessionId=;exitStatus=127;Result=bash: /etc/test/test.sh: No such file or directory
;}

but v2.0 shows success:

{SESSION_ON=true;returnCode=0;STDERR=bash: /etc/test/test.sh: No such file or directory
;returnResult=;TimedOut=false;STDOUT=;exitStatus=127;Result=;}

 

It seems that the returnCode is different,but I don't know the reason.

 

Thanks,

Tian

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R&D has provided hotfix for this defect,

It also will be released in the future Base CP.

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R&D has provided hotfix for this defect,

It also will be released in the future Base CP.

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