Deleting Objects in Separate Clients

Tool to delete objects in a specific Client from the command line

We've had some questions regarding removing objects in one Client (for example, Client 0050) from a different Client (such as Client 0100). While this isn't inherent functionality to the product as of yet, we do have a *non-supported* solution. This should be used very carefully, but the jar.txt file attached will do just that:

1- Copy both attached files anywhere

2- Rename the DeleteObjects.jar.txt file to DeleteObjects.jar

3- Rename the connection.config.txt file to connection.config

4- Open the connection.config file and set it to your environment

5- Run the java command as follows:

Java -jar -H [AE Host or IP] -P [CP Port] -C [Client]-L [AE Login] -D [Dept] -W [Password] -name “OBJECT.NAME.*”

Note 1: that in the command above, the below parameters are not mandatory (if they are provided in the connection.config file of course):

-H [AE Host or IP] -P [CP Port] -C [Client]-L [AE Login] -D [Dept] -W [Password]

Note 2: the "name" parameter is mandatory and it takes either a full object name, or the ‘*' can also be used: this should be used VERY carefully because it could potentially wipe out a lot / all objects:

-name “OBJECT.NAME.*”

This binary is part of a larger set of binaries that provide a command line for AE (our colleague created them with the existing Java API, it should work on AE v9, 10 and 11).

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Products Workload Automation, Automic Automation
Versions 9.x, 10.x, 11.x
Operating Systems Linux, Windows
Last update 2015-07-23 22:21:18.0
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