ProcessMaker 4.1
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View Script Executors
View the ProcessMaker Script Executors in your organization.

View All ProcessMaker Script Executors

ProcessMaker displays all Scripts in one location. Any Script developed by any ProcessMaker designer can be used in any Process model. This makes it easy to manage Scripts.
Follow these steps to view all Script Executors in your organization:
    1.
    Log on to ProcessMaker.
    2.
    Click the Admin option from the top menu. The Users page displays.
    3.
    Click the Script Executors icon
    from the left sidebar. The Script Executors page displays all Script Executors.
The "Script Executors" page displays all Script Executors in your organization
The Script Executors page displays the following information in tabular format about Script Executors:
    Language: The Language column displays for which Scripts the Script Executor runs based on its programming language.
    Title: The Title column displays the name of the Script Executor.
    Modified: The Modified column displays the date and time the Script Executor was last modified. The time zone setting to display the time is according to the ProcessMaker instance unless your user profile's Time zone setting is specified.
ProcessMaker provides the following Script Executors. Note that specific Script Executors require specific packages.
    C# Executor: This is the default Script Executor to run Scripts developed using C#. Note that if the C# package is not installed, this Script Executor is not available.
    Java Executor: This is the default Script Executor to run Scripts developed using Java. Note that if the Java package is not installed, this Script Executor is not available.
    Node Executor: This is the default Script Executor to run Scripts developed using JavaScript.
    LUA Executor: This is the default Script Executor to run Scripts developed using Lua.
    Python Executor: This is the default Script Executor to run Scripts developed using Python. Note that if the Python package is not installed, this Script Executor is not available.
    R Executor: This is the default Script Executor to run Scripts developed using R. Note that if the R package is not installed, this Script Executor is not available.

Create a Script Executor

Click the +Script Executor button. See Create a New Script Executor.

Edit a Script Executor

Click the Edit icon
. See Edit a Script Executor.

Delete a Script Executor

Click the Delete icon
. See Delete a Script Executor.

Display Information the Way You Want It

Control how tabular information displays, including how to sort columns or how many items display per page.

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