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 Configure the control scripts associated with each stage, these must have been previously defined to perform the desired checks and maintain a specific basic structure. Configure the control scripts associated with each stage, these must have been previously defined to perform the desired checks and maintain a specific basic structure.
  
-The [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_streams|standard output]] ( ''STDOUT'' ) of the script will determine the central value shown in the stage, while the status (correct or incorrect) will be determined by the //result of the execution// of the script itself.+The [[wp>Standard_streams|standard output]] ( ''STDOUT'' ) of the script will determine the central value shown in the stage, while the status (correct or incorrect) will be determined by the //result of the execution// of the script itself.
  
 <WRAP center round important 60%> The result of the execution ( ''STDERR'' , also called **errorlevel**, or **execution code**) is different from the standard output ( ''STDOUT'' ) of the //script// (the value it returns by screen when executing it). The execution result or **errorlevel** can be checked executing ''echo $?'' in Linux systems and ''echo %ERRORLEVEL%'' in Windows® systems. </WRAP> <WRAP center round important 60%> The result of the execution ( ''STDERR'' , also called **errorlevel**, or **execution code**) is different from the standard output ( ''STDOUT'' ) of the //script// (the value it returns by screen when executing it). The execution result or **errorlevel** can be checked executing ''echo $?'' in Linux systems and ''echo %ERRORLEVEL%'' in Windows® systems. </WRAP>