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  • 01 Jun

    Protected: How-To Use LimagitoX FileMover with Microsoft Windows Server Cluster

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  • 24 May

    How-To Global Schedules within LimagitoX File Mover

    On general request we added Global Schedules in version v2020.5.25.0

    LimagitoX GlobalSchedules menu

    Below is a screenshot of the current setup form. Here you will be able to:

    • Add and Delete schedules
    • Enable / Disable the schedule
    • Add schedule name
    • Setup the Scheduler
    • Add schedule description
    • Select the Rules you want to trigger with this schedule

    LimagitoX-Global-Schedules-Setup

    Scheduler Setup form:

    LimagitoX-Global-Scheduler-Setup

    The RunTime shows information about which Global Schedule triggered the Rule.

    LimagitoX-Global-Schedule-RunTime-Log

    Our goal is to release this new option before the end of May 2020.

    Released in v2020.5.25.0. In this first release, setup of the Schedules can only be done using LimagitoXR (Remote Tool for Windows).

    In version v2020.5.29.0 we added Global Schedules Setup in LimagitoXW (Web Remote Tool).

    If you need info about this new option, please let us know.

    Regards,

    Limagito Team

    By Limagito How-to ,
  • 11 May

    How-To use a Command Line tool as Source in LimagitoX File Mover

    In this how-to we’ll explain you how-to use a command line tool, aka CMD, as source in LimagitoX File Mover.

    First you need to add a CMD as Source:

    LimagitoX-Command-Line-Tool-as-Source

    The following screenshot shows the CMD setup. In this example we’ll trigger a Ping from the Command Line. The result of the ping is stored in a text file. In this example we’re using a couple of parameters:

    %DFD = Destination File Directory

    %TCD:mmddyyyy-hhnnss: = Time Current Date format YearMonthDay-HourmiNuteSeconds

    cmd /c ping 127.0.0.1 > %DFD\PingCheck.%TCD:mmddyyyy-hhnnss:.txt

    The Destination Directory of the Command result is set to: C:\Test\In\CMD\In\

    Limagito-Command-Line-Tools-As-Source-Setup

    We selected ‘Move’ as function, so files created in the previous CMD Destination Directory will be Moved to its final Destination.

    We added a WIN local folder as Final Destination.

    Result in RuntTime Log:

    Content of ping command result text file:

    If you need help with the Command Line Tool as Source, please let us know.

    Regards,

    Limagito Team

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