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Can the "Export to MS Access" Wizard run from the command line?

Can the "Export to MS Access" Wizard run from the command line?

Problem:

Can the "Export to MS Access" Wizard run from the command line?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: All
  • Platform/OS Version: All


Yes, the "Export to MS Access" wizard can be run from the commandline. The command has the following structure:

CaliberRM.exe -export -project "Address Book" -file "C:\Database.mdb" -host localhost -user admin -security admin -text yes -join yes

The parameters have the following meaning:

Parameter Value
export Export to MS Access
project The project to export i.e. "Address Book"
file The file path and name of the database to create i.e. "C:\Database.mdb"
host The hostname of the CaliberRM server
user The username to be used to logon to the CaliberRM Server
security The user"s password
text This switch has 2 values:
Yes-Export the requirement description as plain text
No-Export the requirement description as formatted text(HTML)
join Yes-Create table relationships in MS Access
No-Do not create table relationships in MS Access




Old KB# 16346

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