Automation Scripts in Local Installation

Where can I find the Automation Scripts in Local Installation?
We have Server Installation in progress, but to get familiar with Corteza in the mean time, I have local installation on my Laptop with docker-compose and using Rancher Desktop.
I am able to create Modules and Pages, but where can I find scripts and ho to use scripts in local installation?

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Have you looked through Automation scripts :: Corteza Docs; this bit specifically Automation scripts :: Corteza Docs ?

Thank you for that link. That will be useful for the content of the script. My question was more about where I find scripts in Corteza Local installation (and it is in a container). There is not a single Video on Corteza Scripts.

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Hmmm fair enough; thought we had some notes on in in there; guess it was a fever dream…

From the get go, there are no scripts inside Corteza (not anymore at least).
They were removed and replaced with workflows.

What you’ll need to do is set them up by including a new container (Corredor) and configuring all that’s needed.

These two posts should be enough to get you started.
IIRC one of my replies from a while back gives a very detailed step by step series of instructions regarding how to work with automation scripts – if needed, do have a look through my post/comment history.

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the documentation in this regard is not sufficient. the structure that is being referred in the documentation seems to be obsolete/out-of-date and does not reflect the proper relations with the corresponding repository.
There should be a guideline explaining end-to-end.

  1. What are the automation scripts?
  2. Example scenarios
  3. Development environment for the automation scripts
  4. Required modules / packages
  5. How to compile/bundle the script
  6. How to upload/deploy
  7. How to configure on the system
  8. How to debug

I see the documentation started in that structure but completely lost the track.
This increases the learning curve.
If there is a contact person, I could help to re-organize the content.