Executes the command on the server exactly as submitted. The command string can use results of other actions, such as ticket numbers, in its call. The first example above adds an approver to a change request, using very specific parameters. Refer to BMC's documentation for paramters that may require wrapping in quotation marks.
Remedy Server Name or IP Address
Remedy Login Name
Remedy TCP Port
Remedy RPC Prognum
Remedy Authentication String
Enable debug logging if the value is set to 'Yes'.
The full text of the command (including any parameters) to be sent to the server
Wait for server response:
Do you want to wait for the server's response -- Yes or No
The value returned by the server after executing the command. The value will be blank if the 'Wait for Server Response' field is set to "No". It will also be empty if the command returns no values (e.g., commands to delete entries from forms).
The exit code returned by the process. Zero means success.
Second version. Task 2.x and 3.x-compliant. See README for details.
First version: BMCExecuteProcess_V1 (2011-07-21) Task 2.0-compliant.