>OERun – Did you know . . .


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That OERun is an executable that provides command line access to the OpenEngine. OERun utilises the OpenEngineServer technology and for this reason the OpenEngineServer needs to be running to access OERUN.

Syntax:

OERUN -a <appname> -u <username> -p <password> -c <commandString>
{-l <location of OpenEngine>}
{-e <engineserverURL>}
{-n <engineserverPort>}
{-r <routineName>}
{-s <engineName>}
{-f <startupFlags>}
{-d <shutdownFlags>}

For Example:
The following example will execute the GET_SYSINFO command within SYSPROG and return the results to the command line.

OERUN -a SYSPROG -u SYSPROG -c GET_SYSINFO -e LOCALHOST -n 8088 -r GET_SYSINFO -f 65 -d 1

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2 thoughts on “>OERun – Did you know . . .

  1. >I personally run the OpenEngineServer from within my Services on Windows 7 (desktop shrtcut being %SystemRoot%\system32\services.msc). I simply locate OEngineServer in the list and hit start.It can also be run from the command line. Run a search in the OpenInsigth help files for "OEngineServer" and it should say in there how to run the service from the command line.I think that the command is "java -jar oesocketserver.jar" and this is run from wherever you have OpenInsight installed.

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