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Status Under Consideration
Workspace Domino
Categories Administration
Created by Guest
Created on Aug 19, 2021

Execute Program Documents sequentally

It should be possible to create a Program Document and have them followed up by another Prgram Document when the task is completed.

E.g. maybe you want to stop some tasks when DBMT is active:

Program Document 1: server - c "tell http quit" at 00:57

DBMT starts at 01:00 untill maximum 03:00

Now you want the HTTP task to start again as soon as DBMT is done


Program Document 1: server - c "tell amgr quit" at 00:57

Program Document 2: compact -B systemdbs.ind at 01:00 (or as soon as amgr has been quit)

Program Document 3: server - c "load amgr" as soon as compacting is done.

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  • Guest
    Aug 23, 2023

    You can achieve almost the same with this syntax :

    Program Document : nserver - c "< D:\path\file.txt"

    where "file.txt" is a txt file in DATA dir, with one Domino commands per line