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Finding TcE process

Finding TcE process

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How to find a process, inside the workflow viewer
How to find a process, inside the workflow viewer

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Published by: schumifan on Jun 16, 2013
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Chapter 4

Workflow Utilities


Queries the database, returning the names of all process objects still in-process. It also references the handlers in question so they can be tracked and completed, if necessary. This utility is helpful in determining which processes must be completed before deprecated handlers are no longer supported. Use the find_processes batch utility whenever a handler is made obsolete. In some cases, this utility may take a while to complete because it has to load all the processes that are in-process.

find_processes [–u=user-id –p=password –g=group [–f=input-file | –handler=handler1[,handler2...]> ] [–rpt=report-file-name] [–send_mail] [–h]]

–u Specifies the user ID. This is generally infodba or another user with administration privileges. If this argument is used without a value, the operating system user name is used. If Teamcenter Security Services single sign-on (SSO) is enabled for your server, the –u and –p arguments are authenticated externally through SSO rather than being authenticated against the Teamcenter Engineering database. If you do not supply these arguments, the utility attempts to join an existing SSO session. If no session is found, you are prompted to enter a user ID and password. –p Specifies the password. If used without a value, the system assumes a null value. If this argument is not used, the system assumes the user-name value to be the password. –g Specifies the group associated with the user. If used without a value, the user’s default group is assumed. –f=input-file Specifies a text file containing handler names. Each handler name must be specified in a new line. This argument should not be used with the –handler argument. –handler=handler1[,handler2,...]> ] Specifies names of handlers. This option must not be used with the –f argument. [–rpt=report-file-name] Specifies the output file. If not specified, output is written to standard output.


Utilities Reference

ENG00016 D

Introduction. FILES As specified in Log Files in chapter 1. This argument is optional. ENG00016 D Utilities Reference 4-5 . in the form of a text dataset. If the number of process objects in the output exceeds 512. A report file. –h Displays help for this utility. RESTRICTIONS None. EXAMPLES None. The mail option allows the user to see the status of the processes. ENVIRONMENT This utility must be run in the Teamcenter Engineering shell environment. the output is split into units of 512 objects and each is sent in a separate E-mail.Workflow Utilities [–send_mail] Specifies that references to the process objects are sent as mail to the user who executes this utility. is attached to the mail.

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