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CommandLine use of Database Administrator

CommandLine use of Database Administrator

CommandLine use of Database Administrator

(OP)
Does anyone know if the Database administrator can be used via the commandline?

If so does anyone have any documentation on how to use the amDBA via the commandline?

thanks in advance

Jason Thomas
AssetCenter Consultant
Jason Thomas Consultancy Limited

RE: CommandLine use of Database Administrator

db =        Database Admin
dbdict =    Database Dictonary
scripts =   Scripts
schedule =  Schedule
rw =        Report Writer
fd =        Froms Designer
fc =        Format Control
link =      Links
do =        Display Options
ds =        Display Screen
menu =      Menu Options

*aapm.server.initer = initializes all expried global variables

*afind.string = cool search utils to search rad applications and forms for specific words

There are probably alot more but here are a few common ones.
If you know more please post them. I hope this helps with what you were asking.

RE: CommandLine use of Database Administrator

Sorry: Were you referring to Asset Center?

RE: CommandLine use of Database Administrator

(OP)
Yes, I was refering to AssetCenter

Jason Thomas
AssetCenter Consultant
Jason Thomas Consultancy Limited

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