Automation Knowledge Base

C_LOGON password

Explanation

You log on to the chassis by setting the value of this parameter to the correct password for the chassis. All other commands will fail if the session has not been logged on.

Summary

set only, value type: S

Parameters

password: string, containing the correct password value.

Example (set)

C_LOGON ”xena”

C_LOGOFF

Explanation

Terminates the current scripting session. Courtesy only, the chassis will also handle disconnection at the TCP/IP level

Summary

set only.

Parameters

None

Example

C_LOGOFF

C_OWNER username

Explanation

Identify the owner of the scripting session. The name can be any short quoted string up to eight characters long. This name will be used when reserving ports prior to updating their configuration.

There is no authentication of the users, and the chassis does not have any actual user accounts. Multiple concurrent connections may use the same owner name, but only one connection can have any particular resource reserved at any given time.

Until an owner is specified the chassis configuration can only be read. Once specified, the session can reserve ports for that owner, and will inherit any existing reservations for that owner retained at the chassis.

Summary

set and get, value type: O

Parameters

username: string, containing the name of the owner of this session.

Example

C_OWNER ”HH”