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I have a custom command that is invoked by a business rule.

I need to temporarily disable this custom command from running, however in testing I see that even though the custom command is disabled it is still executing.

Is this normal?

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Hello,

Yes, this is normal. Disabled Custom Commands cannot be run manually (for example, using the Administration Console or the Web interface), but can still be executed as a part of Business Rules, Scheduled Tasks and other Custom Commands. Try removing the action that runs the Custom Command from your Business Rule.

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Thank you

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Alternately, I would think you could remove the object(s) from the Activity Scope so it doesn't affect anything.

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Hello,

Kikaida, probably, you've confused Custom Commands with Scheduled Tasks or Business Rules. Custom Commands don't have any Activity Scope.

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