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From Ran Ziv <>
Subject Re: problem with hello-world
Date Tue, 18 Jul 2017 18:15:47 GMT
Also, which platform are you on? The scripts that are run are bash scripts,
and aren't intended to be run on windows. We intend on providing a
different basic example for Windows.

On Jul 18, 2017 5:55 PM, "Tal Liron" <> wrote:

> Hi Gregory,
> The "ctx" command (short for "context") is included in ARIA. Actually,
> it's specifically made available when you execute interface
> implementations. Its goal is to make it possible for shell scripts to
> easily access the workflow context: get operation inputs, change attributes
> in the topology, add custom log messages, etc. (We did borrow the concept
> from Cloudify, which is also Apache licensed, but ARIA's implementation is
> independent.)
> You should not have to install it. When ARIA executes your the Hello World
> service template's "install" workflow, it should make "ctx" available for
> the subprocess it launches when it runs the scripts.
> It's hard to know what went wrong without you sharing the error messages
> or logs. What exactly didn't work?
> On Tue, Jul 18, 2017 at 9:43 AM, Gregoire Gesmier <
>> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I've started to have a look on Aria, I have followed the step that are on
>> the web page but when I executed the my-service (for hello-world) then it
>> didn't work. I went to see what were doing the script and saw that the
>> shell had a command cxt. I've check on the internet and I found out that
>> was related to Cloudify.
>> I'm not sure how to install it and/or to use it, so that I would be able
>> to run the simple hello-world.
>> Best,
>> Gregoire.

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