I am trying to setup my default script inside of an application that when triggered it will log, include details about why the default script was being triggered, and email me these details. I currently have the default script setup so that it emails me when triggered. However; I would like it to start including more details as to why it was triggered. Example: if my script throws an exception such as "EXCEPTION:com.cisco.app.ApplicationMaxSessionsException" I would like to see that included in the email.
I have been looking to use the 'Get Trigger Info' step in a script and this seems like the object I would use to do this. However; I am not able to figure out how to setup the variable and object in the script. If any of you could provide me with an example script of this it would be greatly appreciated.
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