Qureying the State Tables for State Data

Task

Command

Example

Retrieving the state of a single component

egdbcli -managerid <ManagerID> -compname <ComponentName:Port> -compstate <true/false>

egdbcli -managerid 192.168.8.112 -compname win_8.112:NULL -compstate true

Retrieving the state of multiple components

egdbcli -managerid <ManagerID> -compname <comma-separated list of ComponentNames:Ports> -compstate <true/false> [-sortby <true/false>]

egdbcli -managerid 192.168.8.112 -compname win_8.112:NULL,Rum_8.112:NULL,iis_8.112:80 -compstate true

egdbcli -managerid 192.168.8.112 -compname win_8.112:NULL,Rum_8.112:NULL,iis_8.112:80 -compstate true –sortby true

Retreiving the state of all tests of a single component

egdbcli -managerid <ManagerID> -compname <ComponentName:Port> -test<all> -compstate <true/false> [-sortby <true/false>]

egdbcli -managerid 192.168.8.112 -compname win_8.112:NULL –test all -compstate true

egdbcli -managerid 192.168.8.112 -compname win_8.112:NULL –test all -compstate true –sortby true

Retreiving the state of a descriptor of a particular test of a single component

egdbcli -managerid <ManagerID> -compname <ComponentName:Port> -test<all> -test<TestName> -info<DescriptorName> -compstate<true/false>

egdbcli -managerid 192.168.8.112 -compname win_8.112:NULL –test ProcessTest -info notepad++ -compstate true

Retreiving the state of a component type

egdbcli -managerid <ManagerID> -comptype <ComponentType> -compstate<true/false>

egdbcli -managerid 192.168.8.112 -comptype Oracle_server –compstate true