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Import Wizard Automation

Post Author: rtpz

CA Forum: Administration

We have a very large environment, and I want to implement a method where I can run the import wizard from the command line by passing it what I want to import (into a BIAR file). Each public folder as well as each user will have its distinct BIAR file. Say an object is inadvertantly deleted or modified in some way that rebuilding it would take too much time, we can go back and use the import wizard manually to pull up that content. On the knowledge base, I found item KBase Article ID:9017985 that indicated that you can use the InstallEntSdkWrapper.jar to import BIARs to your system. By issuing the following: java -jar InstallEntSdkWrapper.jar u201CCMSNAME:6400" u201CMyAdminUseru201D u201CMyAdminPwd" "secEnterprise" MyBIApplication.biar you can run it. You must make sure that InstallEntSdkWrapper.jar in the class path.

I'm inquiring if anyone has ever been able to see if one could use this jar file (or another) in creating a BIAR file for a specific set of objects?

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    Posted on May 15, 2008 at 04:38 AM

    Post Author: amr_foci

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    to export your BO system into BIAR file in BO XI R2 , import wizard is the only tool exist , and you cant automate it to like using it from command line or making it like schedule.

    from XR 3.0, i think you can do the scenario you are talking about,

    i've been looked too much about this issue for Xi R2 , but i could found nothing about it.

    good luck

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