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SCO Job Runner - Command Line Utility

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Change Set: 90532
Released: May 15, 2012
Updated: May 16, 2012 by rhearn
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This is a command-line tool that you can use to quickly start new runbook jobs using a script or some other tool like Operations Manager, ConfigMgr, or Task Scheduler.

SCOJobRunner - a command line tool to invoke runbooks for Orchestrator 2012.

ScoJobRunner -ID:<runbookID> -Parameters:<job parameters>
-Webserver:<server> -Port:<port number> -RunbookServer:<server>
[-Username:<username>] [-Domain:<domain>] [-Password:<password>]

ScoJobRunner -ID:<runbookID> -GetParameters -Verbose


-ID <string>
The runbook ID to be invoked in the format of a GUID
(i.e. "2d2fd2b4-339a-47ad-9914-a217d9fd47a6").

-Parameters <string>
A list of name-value pairs of the parameters needed by the runbook.
The format of these parameters is: "Name=Value;Name=Value"
Enclose in quotes to correctly handle spaces.
Example: -Parameters "Path='Path 1';Other Text='sample data here'"

When this parameter is added, the utility returns a list of the runbook
parameters formatted in a way you can use them on the command line.
Example return value: "Path='Path 1';Other Text='sample data here'"

-Webserver <string>
The name of the Orchestrator server where the web service is installed.
If not provided, defaults to the current computer.

-Port <int>
The port number used by the web service. If not provided, defaults to 81.

-RunbookServer <string>
The Runbook Server where the job should be run.
If not provided, defaults to the configured primary Runbook Server.

-Username <string> -Domain <string> -Password <string>
If provided, allows the use of alternate credentials for invoking the
runbook. All three parameters must be specified if used.
If not provided, the current user credentials are used.

If this parameter is included, provides additional console output during
the processing of the job creation process.

Reviews for this release

Update: Needed the right guid and now it's working! This looks promising, but is failing with the error: The requested operation requires publish permissions on the runbook. I have full perms to the runbook.
by Kraftwerx on Aug 13, 2012 at 6:24 PM
Very Good to transform Orchestrator into JobScheduler.
by FunnyBard on Jun 1, 2012 at 7:52 PM