06-21-2013 04:52 AM
I am looking at using more and more of the python libraries that come packaged with the agent.
Right now, the only way I can really execute python scripts however is by packaging them up in a zip file, then downloading them onto the server, then executing them using a bat or sh file.
While not really a bother, was wondering if there is another way.
09-05-2013 01:46 PM
One cool way I discovered recently is that you can package a script into a .cmd using something like py2cmd. Other than that you can also execute scripts via the global shell (see ttlg) or you can use the UAPI to start a script execution (the latter, limited to the types that are available). If you are going to be deploying a whole application with many python files then I guess the zip method would be the best.
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