Running Schedules from the Command Line
You can initiate a job schedule from the command line.
- Create the job schedule.
- Click Save As Script.
The Save As Script dialog box appears.
- In the File Path box, enter the location where you want to save the script along with a file name and extension.
For example, "C:\scripts\myscript.bat" on Windows and "/usr/scripts/myscript.sh" on Unix. The script will be saved as an .xml file and .bat/.sh file.
- To execute the schedule using the saved .xml file as the input to the command, use the qoperation execute command.
Last modified: 1/11/2018 8:22:51 PM