I'm looking for session manager script examples (yes, I have
the white paper. It's helpful, but too simple) and
documentation on what the conditional options mean on
From: John Shovic
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A good example of scripting would be to look at would be the Sync Files
Session Manager Channel provided on the trial DVD.
The Reference Manual (provided on the DVD) describes how the conditional
options on events works. It's actually pretty simple once you get the
hang of it. Basically, those options provide a control on the current
event (only) based on the outcome (true=success or false=fail) of the
most previous event that has been executed. Really the same thing as
running an if/endif block on a single event. It's just much more
efficient because it cuts out the extra events necessary when using the
Many of the build-in channels use the single event logic and provide
great examples of some exceptional, powerful ways to use our scripting.
I recommend you study them to understand the usage more.
They can be viewed in the Channel Editor under "other channels"