Error - Can't find a default Python

Error - Can't find a default Python

In version 10.6 and above when creating a Custom Trigger  you will need to paste a .txt file in the  Executor path as shown below instead of entering the scripts name there. 

To create a txt file you need to path to => ManageEngine\Service Desk\integrations\Custom scripts\Executor_file.
You need to create a new txt file and paste the  "py $COMPLETE_V3_JSON_FILE" in that txt file. 

While doing this if you get an error saying "Can't find a default Python" in the history ! You need to follow the below mentioned solution. 

Instead of "pyin the txt file ("py $COMPLETE_V3_JSON_FILE" ) you need to enter the complete path of the python installation.

For Example:  C:\Users\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python310\python.exe $COMPLETE_V3_JSON_FILE. 

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