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How to create a common pattern for Windows and Linux machine in Insight Discovery v3.0.3.1?

Hi Folks,

I am new to this community and this is my first query, so kindly correct me if my understandings are wrong.

Query: I want to create a common pattern that will get executed for Linux and windows servers. I don't have issue with maitaining diff pattern file only if there is any way to inherit logic (method or class of C# code) of the main pattern file.

Can someone please pin point me to such a tech documentation atleast?


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That's not the best approach. You should use different settings for IP ranges. But, if you want to execute the same command on Linux and Windows, maybe you would need a common runtime on bother s.o., for example PowerShell, Python, etc.

Hi @_Inetum_ ,

Thank you for checking this issue.

I don't have any logic which required to be run in this pattern.

I am trying to create a Post-Process kind of pattern that will have file handling mechanism on the current machine ex. csv file merge.

I don't want to make this pattern target server type specific but it should be common.

Let me know if you are not able to understand the problem.

Thanks again. Good Day !

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