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Tivoli

Tivoli

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Does anyone know if theres are command to locate an endpoint via the cli, instead of using the gui.

RE: Tivoli

wlookup -ar Endpoint

will list all endpoints



if the endpoint has a common name, like maybe va123wks01

then try grep to search for specific common names such as

wlookup -ar Endpoint | grep -i va

HTH-Stiddy

RE: Tivoli

Another command that is useful is the wgateway command.  
If used without any options, will show what endpoints are associated with what gateway.

Regards,
-Jim

RE: Tivoli

Hi Johndavies

Yes.you can run this command from TMR server :

wep ls |grep <endpoint_name>

sushveer
IBM certified specialist-p-series AIX5L System Administration
AIX/SOLARIS/WEBSPHERE-MQ/TIVOLI Administrator

RE: Tivoli

The CLI command 'wgetallinst' will also list your endpoints.
Use as follows from the TMR or Gateway:

#wgetallinst Endpoint | grep <endpoint_name>

Loran Swymer
swymerl@mont.disa.mil

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