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Where Can I get the $logins variable definition?

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I need extremely urgent to reach , where the $logins variable  have been setup.

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Using the Find String utility (enter <*afind.string> in the command line), I was able to search for the $logins variable in different files.  I found it in the following OOB places:

Process:        cm.km.select.owner.assignee (Initial Javascript)
Process:        km.select.owner.assignee (Initial Javascript)

I didn't search every OOB file, so you may need to look in other places.

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Commodore Commodore
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Hi @camadoa ,

You can refer to the link below.

https://docs.microfocus.com/itom/Service_Manager:9.64/Variables

In addition, you can also refer to the format control "login.DEFAULT" , some of the variables have been defined there.

Regards,

Matilda

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Matilda
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Lieutenant Commander Lieutenant Commander
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thanks for your answer but this variable is not defined either document referred nor login.default frmctrl

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Captain
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Using the Find String utility (enter <*afind.string> in the command line), I was able to search for the $logins variable in different files.  I found it in the following OOB places:

Process:        cm.km.select.owner.assignee (Initial Javascript)
Process:        km.select.owner.assignee (Initial Javascript)

I didn't search every OOB file, so you may need to look in other places.

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