Posts Tagged ‘mid-tier’

Graphical representation of comparison between BMC Remedy User Tool vs. Browser

August 29th, 2011

There was a recent discussion asking for information that compares the User Tool to the Browser.  There are other discussions and refereces to white papers as to the actual functional differences.  Here is just a quick graphical comparison of the two clients to show where various buttons differ.  These screenshots were taken from 7.6.04.

 

New Mode_Slide.png

 

Search Mode Slide.png

 

Modify Mode Slide.png

post info provided by Steve Wilson on BMC communities

Automated AR System MidTier Instances Cache flusing

September 8th, 2010

If you have a lot of Midtier Instances it is very cumbrous to flash all caches manually.

With this Windows batch script it is easy to flush all caches automatically.

Put the following content into a batch file and execute it. Windows XP don’t provide a sleep command, but you can download the Windows Resource Kit 2003 which will provide a sleep command.

Example for three Midtier instances:

start /B firefox.exe <url>/shared/config/config.jsp
sleep 10
start /B firefox.exe -new-tab <url>/shared/config/config.jsp
start /B firefox.exe -new-tab <url>/shared/config/config.jsp
sleep 10
start /B firefox.exe -new-tab
<url>/servlet/GoatConfigServlet?action=logon^&password=<password>
start /B firefox.exe -new-tab
<url>/servlet/GoatConfigServlet?action=logon^&password=<password>
start /B firefox.exe -new-tab
<url>/servlet/GoatConfigServlet?action=logon^&password=<password>
sleep 10
start /B firefox.exe -new-tab
<url>/servlet/GoatConfigServlet?action=Cache^&cache_flush=Yes
start /B firefox.exe -new-tab
<url>/servlet/GoatConfigServlet?action=Cache^&cache_flush=Yes
start /B firefox.exe -new-tab
<url>/servlet/GoatConfigServlet?action=Cache^&cache_flush=Yes

Note: Update the bat file if necessary, like the browser that being used and login credentials

Get the batch file here.

Credits: risbo710 (REM Boris, Noack@eon.com)

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