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OnCommand Workflow Automation 5.0
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Guidelines for indentation


You must be aware of the guidelines for indentation when writing a PowerShell or Perl script for OnCommand Workflow Automation (WFA).

Guidelines Example

A tab is equal to four empty spaces.

Use tabs and braces to show the beginning and end of a block.

PowerShell script

($pair.length-ne 2)
throw "Got wrong input data"

Perl script

(defined $MaxDirectorySize)
# convert from MBytes to Bytes
my $MaxDirectorySizeBytes = $MaxDirectorySize *
1024 * 1024;

Add blank lines between sets of operations or chunks of code.

$pair=$option.split(" ");
Get-WFAlogger -Info -messages $("split options: "+