You can run the XML plug-in sample workflows from the Orchestrator client to create and modify XML documents for testing purposes.

Because the workflows can create, read, or modify files, you must have sufficient access rights to the working directory.

Orchestrator has read, write, and execute rights to a folder named orchestrator, at the root of the server system. Although workflows have permission to read, write, and execute in this folder, you must create the folder on the server system. If you use the Orchestrator Appliance, the folder is named vco and is located at /var/run/vco.

You can allow access to other folders by changing the settings for server file system access from workflows and JavaScript. See Installing and Configuring VMware vRealize Orchestrator, Setting Server File System Access from Workflows and Actions.