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Incognito Ecosystem Scripting

You can integrate services and adapt services to your business flow using scripts. Incognito Ecosystem Scripting is a browser-based development environment for scripts that are to be executed within a service, for example, when an event occurs. The script editor includes native support for JavaScript as well as versioning and debugging tools. You can also view a record of all script instances.

For more information about the settings available in this interface, refer to the Incognito Ecosystem Scripting user's guide.

ACS Script Module

The ACS script module is the ACS Javascript library that allows scripts full access to the functionality provided by ACS.

Within a script, the module is included as follows:

var acs = require('acs');

The Javascript object “acs” now exposes the ACS functionality. Refer to the Javascript documentation for the ACS module for more information.

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