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LinuxShell Connector

[ | version 3.1]

Connector

The connector is forbidden for use by the platform background agent.

Connector processing type: Row by row!

This connector can only run on a Linux-operated machine

Connector allows you to execute Linux shell commands or scripts directly within their integration tasks.


Configuration

LinuxShell (ver.1.0.0)

Execute

You can select between 2 ways of execution

  • LinuxShell script file (.sh) When selected, you must set the Path to Linux Shell script file (.sh).

  • LinuxShell commands(s) When selected, you can write your shell script directly into the configuration.

Path to LinuxShell script file (.sh)

Specify the path to the executable shell script. The script file must be present on the file system.

Abort on failure

If selected, the task step will fail if the executed shell script exits with a non-zero status code.

LinuxShell variables

Define environment variables for the shell script. These can be either fixed values or supported placeholders such as ${#Integray_Variable} or ${input.Column}.


Input & Output Schema

Input

Data schema is optional

The connector does not expect a specific schema. The required data structure can be achieved by correct configuration. Although the selected connector doesn't require a schema generally, the individual integration task step may need to match the output data structure of the preceding task step and use a data schema selected from the repository or create a new input schema.

Output

Data schema is optional

The connector does not expect a specific schema. The required data structure can be achieved by correct configuration. Although the selected connector doesn't require a schema generally, the individual integration task step may need to match the output data structure of the preceding task step and use a data schema selected from the repository or create a new input schema.


Release notes

3.1.0

  • First release