How to find the JavaScript Script Actions?

Where can I find the JavaScript Script Actions for being executed in the
Correlation Engine Java VM process?
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What do you mean? The action plugins are available for download from
the regular Sentinel plug-in site:
http://support.novell.com/products/s...elplugins.html
The ability to access or manage plugins will depend on your product
(Sentinel 6.1, 7.x, or Log Manager).
What you want to do may also slightly affect how you access them so
knowing that, and really knowing the entire story, would help.
The SDK can also be used to build new ones, if you're interested.
Good luck.
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