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Command Line shortcuts

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HI Experts,

 

we write db in the command line and database manager opens up.
we write fc and format control opens up.

 

Can anyone let me know where is this defined in SM?


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Abhishek

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Piku Absent Member.
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Re: Command Line shortcuts

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Hi Abhishek,

Do not where are they exactly define or hardcoded.You can find the list of commands in help server.
But you can also build your command to open any application or module.
Type menu in command line and search for any menu you are using, then in "Command" column you can put any desired string to work as command for the concerned application or module.

But above will display the same command name in option bar as button(same as logout appears)


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Piku Absent Member.
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Re: Command Line shortcuts

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Hi Abhishek,

Do not where are they exactly define or hardcoded.You can find the list of commands in help server.
But you can also build your command to open any application or module.
Type menu in command line and search for any menu you are using, then in "Command" column you can put any desired string to work as command for the concerned application or module.

But above will display the same command name in option bar as button(same as logout appears)


hth,
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Acclaimed Contributor.. Vadim Gorda Acclaimed Contributor..
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Re: Command Line shortcuts

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Hello,

Interesting questions. I dont know where it is set but maybe you should write why do you need that information? Maybe there is other solution which wont need the information about where that short commands are hardcoded?

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Absent Member.. John Stagaman Absent Member..
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Re: Command Line shortcuts

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They are encoded in Menu records, just as they would be if you add additional commands yourself.(I routinely add commands to access the document engine components, for example).
Many of the most common are defined in the ALIAS menu record, but they can be defined in any menu record. There is not a single location to see all the commands currently defined, but if you search for all the menu records and set the columms for the displayed QBE to show Name and Commands, you'll be able to easily see which menu records have commands defined.

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Piku Absent Member.
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Gr8 John !!!
John, if I am defining command for a application/menu in different menu other than that of ALIAS it makes all link(buttons in gui form) read only and not working.
Such as logout,home button are not working through GUI form for that module only in which command is defined.


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Re: Command Line shortcuts

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Yes, I just did a select * from MENUA1. I was after Event Services and Event Services Admin. Thanks!
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Re: Command Line shortcuts

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Can anyone plz let me know how to open HP service manager client commanad line.

 

Thanks in advance.

Chittiappa

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