Scripts client

Current version: 3.3

The SDK provides a Scripts client to execute Action scripts.


The client variable in the following code examples refers to the IMClient instance. When using the Web SDK, the variable name can be chosen freely, but it is also called client at instantiation in the documentation.

Action script example

Assume the following Action script is published and enabled:

// For simplicity, assume 'name' is always present
var name = Context.Data["name"].ToString();

Context.Result["message"] = $"Hello, {name}!";

This script will get the "name" property from the Data, and sets a hello message under message in the Result.

For more information, see creating scripts.

Executing a script with the SDK

Assume that the script above has identifier fYaE4Q518ECLRtO2b3W-3Q. With the SDK, the script can be executed as follows:

// using Newtonsoft.Json.Linq;
// ...

var arguments = new JObject
    { "name", "world" } // Key: "name", value: "world"

var scriptIdentifier = "fYaE4Q518ECLRtO2b3W-3Q";
var result = await clMClientient.Scripts.ExecuteActionScriptAsync(scriptIdentifier, arguments);

This will log the message that the script returned, which should be: "Hello, world!".

The result returned by the ExecuteActionScriptAsync is identical to the Context.Result object from the Action script.

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