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Using EZscript Libraries in Processes
EZscript libraries allow you to save pieces of code for later use. Once you create or import a script, you can save it in a library and call it from an expression in a process. To add a library or make an existing library available to use, see Configuring Processes.
Note:  If the EZscript library contains user-defined functions, the library is available from Script Editor to add to any new expression you create.

If you have a process that contains script libraries with user-defined functions and if the process calls a map and the map needs to use one of the functions, then either of the following must be done:
- Add the script library to the map in the Configuration tab.
- In the script, declare the functions that the map will use as public (functions included in the process Configuration tab.
Last modified date: 03/21/2023