Post-processing scripts run after a component/generic process step finishes.
Typically, post-processing scripts check if expected results occur. It can examine the step’s output log and run commands based on the result.
Steps can have default post-processing scripts. These scripts are included with the plug-in.
You can override the default post-processing script for a step or provide a post-processing script for a step that does not have one.
Steps in component processes and generic processes can have post-processing scripts, but steps in application processes cannot.