Execution Task - NSH Script Parameters tab

The NSH Script Parameters panel enables you to override the parameters of a script that an NSH Script Job is executing. You can define different parameter values for use by the Execution Task, and they do not affect the parameters defined in the original script or NSH Script Job.

Use the following options to override NSH script parameters in the Execution Task:

Option

Description

Override the following NSH script parameters

Select to enable the override of NSH script parameters in the Execution Task.

Set parameter

Select the name of the parameter to override. If a flag has been defined for the parameter, the flag appears in parentheses after the name.

Flag usage

Select Use or Ignore to indicate whether you want to use an optional flag (such as -d, for debug mode). You can only set a value for this option if Flag Runtime Usage is set to optional in the NSH Script Job.

Value

Enter an override value for the parameter. If necessary, you can define a value by clicking Select Property (see Inserting a parameter). This option is only available if the script defines the parameter to be editable.

Value usage

Select Use or Ignore to indicate whether a parameter's value should be used. You can only set a value for this option if Value Runtime Usage is set to optional in the NSH Script Job.

+ and -

Use these buttons to create multiple overrides:

  • To add another NSH script parameter to the override list, click the + (plus) icon. A new row appears. In the new row, define override values for the parameter.
  • To remove an NSH script parameter from the override list, click the - (minus) icon.

For more information, see Modifying Execution Task definitions.

Where to go from here

Execution Task - Override BLPackage Properties tab

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