Thank you [bkarabinchak.psi]
I am not relying on the return to determine whether the script fired. As you point out the doco explain that system.util.execute returns nothing. I do not require an results. The script reads and writes to a database. It works when fired from Visual Studio, but when called from Ignition the database is not modified
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Worth asking to get the simple thing out of the way - this path - this is the exact command you would run on the computer on that the ignition gateway is installed on? -"C:\Users\Ross\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python311\python.exe", r"C:\Users\Ross\source\repos\PythonApplication1\PythonApplication1.py"
You're running it on a gateway event script, so it's using the file system of the computer that the Ignition Gateway is installed on for one, and for two, then it would need permissions to the User\Ross folder if it doesn't have it. Perhaps all you need is to make sure the file path exists on the gateway or move it to a location the Ignition gateway has permissions for.