User Guide


SCRIPT Action type allows to run custom shell scripts on a Unix-like system in order to customize the Action according to your needs.

In order to be correctly processed by the Script Executor, an Action should provide two entries in its payload: the path to a script on the local filesystem of the Executor process, and all the arguments to be passed to the script itself.

The script path is identified by the payload key script.

neteye# ./usr/share/scripts/

It is important to verify that the Executor has both read and execute rights at that path.

The script arguments are identified by the payload key args; if present, they are passed as command line arguments when the script is executed.