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Configure pre-processor script settings for a script interceptor

Before you begin

Create script interceptors

To configure pre-processor script settings for a script interceptor:

  1. If you have not already done so, in the Change Center of the Administration Console, click Lock & Edit (see Use the Change Center).
  2. In the left pane, expand Diagnostics and select Interceptors.
  3. Select the Script Interceptors page.
  4. In the Script Interceptors table, select the script interceptor you want to configure.
  5. Select Pre-Processor.
  6. On the Pre-Processor page, do the following:
    1. In Script Path, specify the path to the script you want to execute. You must specify at least one script, pre-processor or post-processor, for a script interceptor.
    2. In Working Directory, enter the working directory location which will be used to run the script.
    3. In Timeout, enter the timeout interval (in seconds).
    4. In Script Environment, specify the list of properties that are used to pass data to the script. For example: ENV_KEY_1=value. Enter each property=value pair on a separate line.
    5. In Script Arguments, specify the list of arguments that are passed to the script. Enter each argument on a separate field.
    6. In Error Handler Script, specify the path to the error handler script. This script is executed in case an error occurs while executing the main script. Note that the error handler script is executed using the same arguments and environment properties as the command script.
    7. In Number of Retries, specify how many times the script should attempt to re-execute in case of failure.
    8. In Retry Delay (in milliseconds), specify the time period, in milliseconds, to wait before trying to execute a failed script again.
    9. Select Ignore Failures if failures executing the main script should be ignored.
  7. Click Save.
  8. In the Change Center, click Activate Changes.

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