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Using Run Process and $PROCESS$ commands

Through the Run Process action or by using the $PROCESS$ keyword in a Set Fields action, you can initiate separate processes, including both, BMC Remedy AR System server commands and outside applications. In general, these actions are used to perform operations in support of your application.

This section describes the BMC Remedy AR System server commands designed to be run by a Run Process action or a $PROCESS$ command and the syntax for using them. For more information see Using buttons and menu bar items to execute active links.

Refer to the following table to know more about Run Process and $PROCESS$ commands:

ActionReference
Determine when to use a Run process action or Set field actionWhen to use a Run Process action or a Set Fields action with $PROCESS$
Know about the sets of process commandsTypes of process commands
Know about the special syntax considerations for Application commands, case sensitivity and use of quotation marks, and syntax for certain commands that include a qualification.Process command syntax
Know about the commands that you can use with $PROCESS$Process commands

Related topic

Run Process action

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  1. Steven Casey

    why can't you put the Process commands here? I've already clicked several links to get here, and when I come from:https://docs.bmc.com/docs/ars91/en/running-bmc-remedy-ar-system-application-processes-from-an-active-link-609072047.html

    I expect to see the commands and not yet another link...very poor web design

    Nov 02, 2018 12:52