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.

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

ScoJobRunner -ID:<runbookID> -GetParameters -Verbose

PARAMETERS

-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'"

-GetParameters
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.

-Verbose
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 5:24 PM
     
Very Good to transform Orchestrator into JobScheduler.
by FunnyBard on Jun 1, 2012 at 6:52 PM