Objectivity/DB Administration : Scripts
Scripts
start_studio
Use: Script Syntax
Starts the Studio server on the local host.
start_studio
-logDir logDirPath
[-port portNumber]
[-bootFile bootFilePath]
[-fdDir fdDirPath]
[-help]
Options 
-logDir logDirPath
Path to an existing directory in which Studio can write log files.
-port portNumber
TCP/IP port used by the Studio server. This port number is used by remote applications when communicating with the server. If you omit this option, a default port (8190) is assigned by Objectivity/DB.
When specifying a nondefault TCP/IP port number:
(Windows) Choose a port number between 5000 and 65535.
(Linux) Choose a number that is greater than 1024.
-bootFile bootFilePath
Path to the boot file of a federated database. The boot file path is stored by the Studio server and listed in the Federated Databases side panel in Studio.
-fdDir fdDirPath
Path to an existing directory that contains one or more boot files. The boot file paths are stored by the Studio server and listed in the Federated Databases side panel in Studio.
-help
Prints the script syntax and definition to the screen.
Discussion 
See Working With Objectivity Studio.
The script options are not case sensitive.
stop_studio
Use: Script Syntax
Stops the Studio server on the local host.
stop_studio
[-port portNumber]
[-help]
Options 
-port portNumber
TCP/IP port used by the Studio server. This port number is used by remote applications when communicating with the server. If you omit this option, a default port (8190) is assigned by Objectivity/DB.
When specifying a nondefault TCP/IP port number:
(Windows) Choose a port number between 5000 and 65535.
(Linux) Choose a number that is greater than 1024.
-help
Prints the script syntax and definition to the screen.
Discussion 
See Working With Objectivity Studio.
The script options are not case sensitive.