we recently released the first round of public betas of Royal TSX V4. A new feature that's included are Dynamic Folders which allow you to run scripts which return data back to Royal TSX which is then parsed and imported as objects.
Documentation for that feature is available here: https://www.royalapplications.com/go/kb-all-royaljson
We also have a sample script for AWS EC2 available in our toolbox Github repository: https://www.royalapplications.com/go/dynamicfolder-samples
If you modify the script slightly you should be able to extract the instance ID into a custom property.
Please let me know if that helps!
I'm happy to report that Royal TSX 4.0 has been released and includes this feature.
For more information about the major new features of Royal TSX 4.0, please head over to our major upgrade landing page.
In addition to the AWS import sync already mentioned in this forum, I'd like to request the EC2 instance ID be imported as a custom property. This could easily allow me to right click on a few custom tasks that call the AWS CLI and interact with that instance (start/stop etc).
Also, for a future version, S3 access (similar to how you've done sftp) would be awesome.
Great tool, btw. Thanks