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You have a local property in a blpackage, not on a blpackage? And you want to do this through the gui ? that should be pretty straightforward – open the package and change the value…
Thank you for your response but I will change a value during the execution of my BLPACKAGE.
I created a loop and for each value I will a property change.In fact I have a list of machine is in a property I wish performs processing on each of the Machine.Also I want the property exchange is an object of property dictionary also contains properties that I want to recover.I do not know if I'm clear, it may be a little complicated
Thank you for your help
Is the property on a server or in the blpackage?
What kind of processing are you trying to perform on the servers?
Thank you for your interet,
My property is on the BLPACKAGE
In fact I have a script on a machine that allows us to deploy on another machine.
The list of machine is the property of laquel I loop.
Then I get the information from the machine and I pass a parameter in my script for deployement.
I just can not seem to recover the information from my machine.
Thank you in advance
You are not going to be able to set a property from inside the blpackage, in the same package and retrieve it. why are you doing your deployment in this way? what are you trying to accomplish here ?
I have a script on a server. My BLPACKAGE have this server for target.
To make the deployment I must pass some parameters to the script:
machine name, instance name, delivery etc directory.
I create a BLPackage with my server as a target when I execute my script.
Since then I do for him to pass parameters without changing the property BLPACKAGE?
Thank you for your response
this seems a little convoluted - why can't you directly run the script in bladelogic as a nsh script job or directly deploy to the targets? why do you need to run a script on the target box to run the actual deploy to the real targets?
also, i'm not clear what information you are trying to set in the package or why. if you are running the script you pass in some arguments and it goes off and does what it needs to do. what information would you need to put back into the blpackage and for what purpose? couldn't you just pull whatever info you need at runtime and use it directly ?
Thank you for your held
I can see it is possible.