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how to take action for each result

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Hello All,

I have a powershell script and return A  or B or C or D value.

I want to take action for returning values with 4 different powershell steps. but current powershell step only have "success" and "failure" response. i need to add 4 different response type but i couldn't add it.. ( add button is inactive )

 

Could you please find below picture for what i want it;

 

 

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How can i find the correct solution ? help me please.

Best Regards, 

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Hi,

You can copy the Power Shell operation into your project. Then you'll be able to customize the responses (Eg by implementing a switch/case in a Javascript scriptlet) Then use the customized copy.

Hope it helps,
Lucian

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Hi,

You can copy the Power Shell operation into your project. Then you'll be able to customize the responses (Eg by implementing a switch/case in a Javascript scriptlet) Then use the customized copy.

Hope it helps,
Lucian

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Hello,

Thank you for your quick response; if we upgrade the content packs or upgrade the system, do you know how to effect it to customized and copied object.

Do we have another option for without copying the object... for example;  Instead of customize the powershell object, if it has  standart scriptlet object i think, i will transfer value from my powershell object to javascript etc. object.. and i can customize safely.

Many thanks

 

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I just use the operations under utility ops/math and comparison and line them up as if case statements
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Hi,

Copying the  operation will create what is called a soft copy. This means that every time the operation itself is updated as part of a content pack upgrade, the copy will also be upgraded, however none of your changes will dissapear.

Regards,

Vlad

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Hello VladM,

 

Thank you for your support, this is a good information for us.

 

Many Thanks

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