The Oracle Business Intelligence Scheduler includes a Script object that encapsulates a running script. The Script object represents a script and exposes the properties and methods of a script. You can access its methods and properties directly because its name is implied. For example, to access the JobID property, you can specify JobID, not Script.JobID.
Using Oracle BI, an end user specifies a custom script action to be executed as part of an iBot. This custom script is passed to the results of the iBot report. Custom processing is performed on these results, which are then returned to the iBot execution engine output.
NOTE: Scripting for iBots and scripts defined by Oracle BI Scheduler Job Manager are supported only under Windows platforms and are not supported under UNIX.
The following topics contain detailed information on job script properties: