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Open 2D Map

Open 2D Map

Open 2D Map

(OP)
How to open 2D map using command?

When I issue the command catng2d, it will popup a window to let me choose the repository. Is it possible to issue the command including the repository (like caugui conlog /server=servername)?
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RE: Open 2D Map

catng2d [/Mfilename] [/Rrepository] [/Uuserid][/Ppassword]

eg
catng2d /MProduction_View /RTNGCORE /Usa /PPassword

RE: Open 2D Map

(OP)
Thanks for your input.

catng2d /MProduction_View is not the solution that I am looking for, as this command opens the customized 2-D Map (on the local machine) that was saved in the \TNG\MAP directory.
If I make changes in the CORE, the remote 2D map will not be opened using catng2d /MProduction_View unless that I update this Production_View all the time.

RE: Open 2D Map

(OP)
"catng2d /Rrepository" satisfy my requirement.
Thanks for the info from JonnoGT.

RE: Open 2D Map

George,
You can synchronise your locally saved map with the COR upon opening 2D by using "catng2D /J /MProduction_View"
The "/J"  is an undocumented feature
Regards,
SysMan7

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