Post-processing scripts#

Post-processing scripts run after a step finishes. Typically, post-processing scripts ensure that expected results occurred.


Steps in component processes and generic processes can have post-processing scripts, but steps in application processes cannot.

Post-processing scripts come from the following sources:

Post-processing scripts must set the Status property to specify the status of the script. The script can specify any value for the Status property. For example, to specify that the script was a success, run the following command in the post-processing script:


See The post-processing element for examples and more information.

Parent topic: Process step types and logic