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Configuration vs scripting variables (skillsets)

Configuration vs scripting variables (skillsets)

Configuration vs scripting variables (skillsets)

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Hi and thanks for any help..

Im trying to understand the relationship between building a skillset in config and then building it in Scripting variables. I know i set the skillset set parmamaters and thresholds in config.
If I have it built in config, why do i need it in variables or do I? Cant I just tell the script "if not out of service skillsetA then que to skillsetA (the skillset built in configuration) and if not, why wont variables let me use the same name I used in configuration when i assign the attribute?
Why is it i need two different names for one skillset?

Thanks !!

RE: Configuration vs scripting variables (skillsets)

You do not need to use a variable. You can refer directly to the name of the skillset or skillsets when working in the scripting tool. If you have several skillsets you can put them in a variable to work with in a short hand form, thus the variable (set type) replaces the list of skillsets in the script.

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