Feature Request: be able to open the related script when viewing a "Perform Script" or "Perform Script on Server" step

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cristos

03 Apr, 2015 03:17 PM

When viewing the Script Steps for a script, it would be extremely useful to be able to dive into the related script when seeing a "Perform Script" or "Perform Script On Server" step.

Presently, the only way I'm aware of to do this is by going back up to the Scripts nav level and performing another find for the destination script; seeing what's there, then going back up to Scripts, performing a find for the original script, opening its script steps; etc...

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Vince Menanno on 04 Apr, 2015 12:14 AM

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    Or InstallOnTimer script for that matter.

    Also question for you.

    When you navigate to the script … would you want to go to the script or see all the steps of the script right away.

    vince

  2. 2 Posted by cristos on 04 Apr, 2015 05:50 PM

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    Good point about InstallOnTimer -- really, just any time a script step
    references another script.

    I would probably expect to see the script steps right away (I can always
    navigate up if I need to see meta-level info about the script).

    Thanks!

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  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Vince Menanno on 04 Apr, 2015 09:50 PM

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    Cirstos,

    I did not realize that you work with Ernest - say hello to him.

    Vince

  4. tonya_m closed this discussion on 04 Dec, 2015 06:11 PM.

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