Running Scripts

After you have created your script, added triggers, and added actions, you are ready to run it.

Running a Script#

To try out your scripts while you are creating them, or to execute them as a script user, click Run, as shown below.

Running a Script in Slack#

Depending on how Transposit has been set up, a new Slack channel can automatically be created once an activity is created.

In the Slack channel, you can find the scripts available to be run from Slack after typing the /tt run command.

Then type /tt run followed by the slug defined for the script, such as /tt run HELLOWORLD.

Running a Script Automatically#

Instead of running scripts manually, you can add triggers so that based on the conditions you set, your script will run automatically.

Follow the Script Run#

When you run a script, you can see whether it succeeds, fails, or is in progress, by the green, red, and purple coloring.

In addition, use the drop-down to see the outcome of previous script runs.

Follow the timeline that is shown to track the progress of your script and to provide input as specified by the actions defined in the script.

As defined in the script:

  • The script is automatically started according to your trigger conditions, if you have added any.
  • Actions are executed, with applications starting based on the integrations you added.
  • As an action is executed, its output can serve as input of a subsequent action.
  • Buttons are provided for user interaction.
  • User input is prompted based on your requirements.
  • The timeline is automatically populated with events, creating an audit trail of everything that happens in the context of the runbook.