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CIPUX_CAT_WEB_MODULE(1p) User Contributed Perl Documentation CIPUX_CAT_WEB_MODULE(1p)


Program to register, deregister and list a CAT modules.


 (1) cipux_cat_web_module [OPTIONS] --register --object <NAME>| --all
 (2) cipux_cat_web_module [OPTIONS] --deregister --object <NAME>| --all
 (3) cipux_cat_web_module [OPTIONS] --list-registered
 (4) cipux_cat_web_module [OPTIONS] --list-deregistered


        Options for all commands:
        -D | --debug         : print debug messages for developers
        -h | --help          : print help (this message + options)
        -l | --login ID      : uses ID as UID to authenticate
        -V | --version       : print only version
             --verbose       : print more messages
        -w | --password CRED : uses CRED as credential to authenticate
        Additional options for registering and deregistering:
        -a | --all     : (de)register all pending objects
        Additional options for registering:
        -e | --enable     : enable module(s)
        -m | --add-member : add object (user or group) to ACL


(1) register

 --add-member <NAME>  : do add object to the ACL, so that this object
                        can access the modules. An object could be a
                        group or a user.
 -e | --enable        : do enable the module during registration; module is
                        disabled by default
 -a | --all           : register all modules
 -o | --object <NAME> : or register only one module

(2) deregister

 -a | --all           : deregister all modules
 -o | --object <NAME> : or deregister only one module

The URL of the CipUX XML-RPC server is taken from cipux-cat-web.ini file. The default location for CipUX-CAT-Web. If you would like to use a different URL change catweb_rpc_server in the base section.


Same as option --all
Adds NAME to the ACL of that module(s).
Register all CAT modules.
Same as option --debug.
To see more output, what the internals is doing, you can enable the --debug option and see more message printed to STDOUT.
Same as option --enable.
Enable the object during registration.
Same as option --help
Prints brief help message.
Same as option --login UID.
Use UID as identity to authenticate against RPC server.
Same as option --object
This option is used to specify the object on which the command is operating. Make sure you choose the right object. Of course this will also fail when the object is not fetchable with (in the objects list of) --task.
Use SECRET as credential to authenticate against RPC server.
Same as option --version.
Prints the version and exits.
Not implemented yet.
Same as option --verbose.
Same as option --password SECRET.
2015-07-23 perl v5.20.2