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PDMS11.6SP3/Admin Command Reference Manual Issue 300406 PDMS Admin Admin Command Reference Manual Version 11.6SP3 AVEVA Solutions Limited, High Cross, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0HB, UK PLEASE NOTE AVEVA Solutions has a policy of continuing product development: therefore, the information contained in this document may be subject to change without notice. AVEVA SOLUTIONS MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS DOCUMENT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED W
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    PDMS11.6SP3/Admin Command Reference Manual Issue 300406 PDMS Admin Admin Command Reference Manual Version 11.6SP3    AVEVA Solutions Limited, High Cross, Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0HB, UK PLEASE NOTE  AVEVA Solutions has a policy of continuing product development: therefore, the information contained in this document may be subject to change without notice.  AVEVA SOLUTIONS MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS DOCUMENT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. While every effort has been made to verify the accuracy of this document, AVEVA Solutions shall not be liable for errors contained herein or direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance or use of this material. This manual provides documentation relating to products to which you may not have access and which may not be licensed to you. For further information on which Products are licensed to you please refer to your licence conditions. !  Copyright 1991through 2006 AVEVA Solutions Limited  All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior written permission of AVEVA Solutions. The software programs described in this document are confidential information and proprietary products of AVEVA Solutions or its licensors. For details of AVEVA's worldwide sales and support offices, see our website at http://www.aveva.com     VANTAGE PDMS ADMIN Revision History-i Command Reference Manual Version 11.6SP3 Revision History Date Version Notes March 2003 11.5 Miscellaneous updates for this release. Sept 2004 11.60 Miscellaneous updates for this release. June 2005 11.6.SP1 Updates and minor corrections.  April 2006 11.6.SP3 Updates for Global 2.4.    VANTAGE PDMS ADMIN contents-i Command Reference Manual Version 11.6SP3 Contents 1   Introduction...................................................................................................1-1   1.1   Macros...........................................................................................................................1-1   1.2   How to Use This Manual...............................................................................................1-1   2   Stand-Alone DICE..........................................................................................2-1   2.1   DICE Errors...................................................................................................................2-1   2.2   DICE Commands...........................................................................................................2-1   3   Reconfiguration.............................................................................................3-1   3.1   The Reconfiguration Process........................................................................................3-1   3.2   Starting up RECONFIGURER.......................................................................................3-1   3.3   Administrative and Querying Commands.....................................................................3-2   3.4   Basic Reconfiguration....................................................................................................3-2   3.4.1   Reconfiguring a Single Database.................................................................3-2   3.4.2   Specifying the Source Database..................................................................3-3   3.4.3   Specifying the Destination DB......................................................................3-3   3.4.4   Specifying What Will be Copied...................................................................3-4   3.4.5   Starting the Reconfiguration Process...........................................................3-4   3.4.6   Example of a Simple Reconfiguration..........................................................3-5   3.5   Using the SAMEREF Option.........................................................................................3-5   3.6   Using the SESSIONS Option........................................................................................3-6   3.7   Listing the Reference Number Index............................................................................3-6   3.8   Global Projects..............................................................................................................3-7   3.9   Controlling RECONFIGURER Output...........................................................................3-7   3.10   Copies and Reconfigured Copies of DBs.....................................................................3-8   3.10.1   Copies ………… .. ...........................................................................................3-8   3.10.2   Reconfigured Copies....................................................................................3-9   3.11   Advanced Reconfiguration............................................................................................3-9   3.11.1   References Between Databases..................................................................3-9   3.11.2   Updating References into a Reconfigured Database.................................3-10   3.11.3   Saving the Reference Number Index.........................................................3-11   3.11.4   Copying Parts of Databases.......................................................................3-11   3.11.5   Copying Groups..........................................................................................3-13   3.12   Transferring Data Between Projects...........................................................................3-13   3.13   Upgrading a Project.....................................................................................................3-14   3.14   Reconfiguration Messages..........................................................................................3-17   3.14.1   Standard Information Messages.................................................................3-18   3.14.2   General Format of Pass 2 Error Messages................................................3-18   3.14.3   Codes Used to Identify Message Types.....................................................3-19   3.15   Database Transfers between Computers...................................................................3-19   3.16   Binary and Character Files..........................................................................................3-20   3.17   The Transfer Process..................................................................................................3-20   3.18   Reconfiguring a Global Project...................................................................................3-20   3.19   Reconfiguring Extracts................................................................................................3-21   3.19.1   Outputting Changes Only...........................................................................3-21   3.19.2   The SAMEREF Option................................................................................3-21   3.19.3   The SESSIONS Option...............................................................................3-21  
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