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I am not sure but if you can put the server details in the AIX script itself and in OS Command just specify the script name with full path.
You will need an agent to run these scripts.
There are 2 ways this can be done.
1.) You will need to create an agent on the AIX box on which the script needs to be executed.
2.) If thats not possible, then on the machine on which the "agent" is deployed, the script should live. This script should then ssh/rsh into the AIX box in question and execute it there.
I can confirm second option to work i.e. for Sun Solaris.
We are using an ODI Agent on a Windows box and are calling putty's plink.exe to connect and run a *.sh on the Solaris box. Just make sure you first connect manually with the same windows user under which the Agent's-Windows-Service is running to accept SSH connection first (key).
What is command to use in windows env. if I want to execute bat file located on c:\Temp\file.bat in ODI?
I used "cmd "c:\tmp\file.bat" in OS Command and it is not working
Your path and you command are not the same (Temp/tmp).
Did you try