3 Replies Latest reply: Feb 7, 2013 10:22 AM by Shankar RSS

    Command file for Icommand


      I need to execute a single icommand to execute multiple functions like export ems, import dataobjects etc.

      I also found a link but i could'nt understand that properly


      It says to create a command file with various icommands, but didnt tell how to create, what is the extension , how to execute and what is command/inputs i need to pass to execute

      Also is there any way to create a script or ./sh file that executes the icommands listed in that file


      Edited by: RK.. on Jan 24, 2013 12:09 AM
        • 1. Re: Command file for Icommand
          Hi RK,

          you can use the below reference

          Can not get BAM icommand to work for the Export of my Dataobject and Report

          BAM Migration

          if you wnat to learn more about Icommand in in-depth.please go through the below link

          Best Regards
          Siva Sankar
          • 2. Re: Command file for Icommand
            Hi Shankar:

            Thanks for your reply.

            But i couldnt find about executing multiple operations (Export or Import or rename) which we will define in a file and executing that file alone by modifying the names or operations.

            • 3. Re: Command file for Icommand
              Hi Bhaskar,

              I don't say we can't run/execute multiple operations.because BAM Icommand supports Multiple Parameter Targets.please read document and get finalized.
              http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E17904_01/integration.1111/e10224/bam_icommand.htm#SOASE1038-- in this doc see this section "How to Specify Multiple Parameter Targets"

              To more about I command http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E17904_01/integration.1111/e10224/bam_app_icommand.htm#SOASE2336.

              my suggestion is create a bat file or any script file based on your OS inside script file you can configure multiple parameters.

              In BAM Icommand we export/import folders too if its DataObjects or reportrs or alerts too.

              Siva Sankar