@john-paul - Thank you for the code snippet - I didn’t know that was possible. I was going to store the output in a variable and write it by using separate requests…
I’m using PM mainly for two purposes:
- Generating ad-hoc reports of configuration items and device status of a couple of hundred network appliances. I’ve been using the console log to collect the output.
- Updating configurations of network appliances. For change control purposes I need to be able to save all actions and results for each of the devices that are updated.
I realize there are other tools for this (Ansible (Tower), Jenkins, Chef, Puppet), but for ad-hoc efforts PM is working very well.