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How do I run the CaliberRM SDK from a command line?

How do I run the CaliberRM SDK from a command line?

Problem:

How do I run the CaliberRM SDK from a command line?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: 2006
  • Product Component: SDK
  • Platform/OS Version: All

  1. Create a folder to hold / save the Java application e.g. C:\JavaExample

  2. Extract the attached java file "ExampleProgram.zip" in to the created directory. This program does the following

    • Prints out a number of messages
    • Logs in to CaliberRM
    • Prints out all requirements

  3. Launch a command prompt and navigate to the created folder

  4. Compile the program by typing the following command in the command prompt window. You will have to include the class path to the CaliberRM SDK e.g.

    C:\Program Files\Borland\CaliberRM SDK 2006\lib\CaliberRMSDK4COM90.jar;.\classes

    CommandLine command:

    javac -classpath "C:\Program Files\Borland\CaliberRM SDK 2006\lib\CaliberRMSDK4COM90.jar;.\classes" ExampleProgram.java

    This will produce a class file with the same name as the java file i.e. “ExampleProgram.class”

  5. Run the program by typing the following command from the command prompt window. You will have to include the class path to the CaliberRM SDK and the example program separated by a semi colon. Also the program requires 3 arguments

    • Hostname
    • Username
    • Password

    CommandLine command:

    java -classpath "C:\Program Files\Borland\CaliberRM SDK 2006\lib\CaliberRMSDK4COM90.jar;.\classes";C:\JavaExample ExampleProgram localhost admin admin


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