Command Line

Running Schedules from the Command Line

You can initiate a job schedule from the command line.


  1. Create the job schedule.
  2. Click Save As Script.

    The Save As Script dialog box appears.

  3. 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.

  4. 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