SDS CUI – functional

Ok, right now SDS is based on command line. Here is example of usage:


C:\Temp\SDS>SDSManual.cmd /machine:vl10396t /operation:command /package:sleep /allowdefaultpackages:no
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SDS Build 0007 beta
Martin Zugec (
martin.zugec@gmail.com)
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<Removing previous variables>
<Generating session date>
<Setting internal variables>
<Importing SDS configuration>
<Health check for provided variables>
        Checking if right parameters were passed
        Checking if package files exist
        Checking if admin share is available
        HealthCheck OK
<Generating Job.ini file>
        SessionID=8385633
<Creating computer object>
<Parameter summary>
        Operation=command
        Package=sleep
        AllowDefaultPackages=no
        InstallationMethod=Scheduled
<Running SDSA with target type>
        Using mask Running.8385633.sleep
<Importing SDS configuration>
<Replacing characters in local path for use of admin shares>
<Checking for Running jobs>
        Parsing container 8385633.sleep
<Importing variables from job.ini>
<Checking if machine is online>
        Machine is online. Performing operation
        Checking if right parameters were passed
        Checking if package files exist
        Checking if admin share is available
        HealthCheck OK
<Parsing default packages – Start>
<Parsing objects when operation type is set to Group>
<Parsing objects when operation type is set to Installation or Command>
        Creating Package: sleep
<Running internalCreateQueue.cmd>
<Creating paths for packages>
        Path for Command package is
\\VL10404\PackageStore\Commands\sleep\Package.ini
<Generating session.ini file>
<Parsing default packages – End>
<Moving generated file to machine>
Byla přidána nová úloha, ID: 7
                Job will run at 12:35
<Moving computer object>
<Summary>
        Job ID 8385633 was successfuly created.
        Operation: command
        Package: sleep
        Computer: vl10396t


What can you see there?


SDSManual.cmd /machine:vl10396t /operation:command /package:sleep /allowdefaultpackages:no


Run command sleep on computer vl10396t. Command sleep is defined as RunWait=!CurrentDirectory!\Sleep.exe


 

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