#541 new
Marc David Rovner

Make job "script" steps have a name

Reported by Marc David Rovner | March 12th, 2012 @ 02:39 PM

  • Issue Type: Improvement
  • Rundeck version: 1.4.2


In a job, "script" steps currently just say "Script: N lines". Without expanding each script step, and even after, hard to know what that step is supposed to do.

Suggesting "script" steps have a name, and when viewing the steps, this name is displayed.

For instance, now I have a job that has:

  1. sudo /etc/init.d/tomcat stop
  2. Script: 9 lines =>

(=> is the graphic to expand the script)

Step 2. is a short script to check and wait for tomcat to completely stop.

If I had the name field, I could say "Wait for tomcat to stop", and then the job step list could look something like:

  1. sudo /etc/init.d/tomcat stop
  2. Script: Wait for tomcat to stop (9 lines) =>

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