I’m playing around with Shotgrid AMIs. But there is a huge difference between the way Mac OS and Windows are treating the right-click in a browser. MacOS generates a long URL with all the needed data stored in a GET request (long URL with key, value pairs separated by the & character). A right-click under Windows gives me a short GET url, with just th user_id attribute. Looks for me, like Windows Batch is truncating everything after the first & character.
Can anybody tell me, what am I doing wrong?
Are you using batch script on windows to receive the AMI?
Why not point to a python install and a python script?
Interesting. I could try it.
The way using a batch-wrapper helps build up the environment. We are using REZ for collecting all the packages. But i will double check if it’s doable without the wrapper. Thanks!
Even if you wrap, you could wrap using python?
The easiest solution for me at the end was to use the light payloads, which only supply a event log entry id. The id is the only argument you get passed, so it works flawlessly in every os