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Tuesday Tip: Using CA XCOM XTC feature from command line on Linux 

03-12-2015 02:40 PM

If you would like to use the CA XCOM XTC feature parameters on the command line you can do so by:

 

1. Creating a .cnf/.xml configuration file containing all of the parameters and separate them with the CONTROL=NEWXFER parameter.

         Note: Parameter CONTROL=NEWXFER is only valid when specified in a configuration file.

or

 

2. Stack the "xcomtcp" command by using a semi-colon. For example:

 

xcomtcp -c4 -f XTCNET=TEST1 XTCJOB=XXXXX TRANSFER_TYPE=1 REMOTE_SYSTEM=SYSTEMA LOCAL_FILE_SJ=/your/file USERID=UUUUUU PASSWORD=PPPPP QUEUE=YES HOLD_TRANSFER=YES;xcomtcp -c1 -f REMOTE_SYSTEM=SYSTEMA XTCNET=TEST1 XTCJOB=YYYYY XTCERRPURGE=XXXXX XTCGOODREL=XXXX LOCAL_FILE=/your/file REMOTE_FILE=/remote/file USERID=UUUUU PASSWORD=PPPPP

 

       Note: when coding Interdependent Transfers, it is always a good practice to initiate your “HOLD_TRANSFER=YES” transfers first and your “trigger” transfer as your last.

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