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TEC Reference

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From IBM Tivoli Enterprise Console Command and Task Reference


Console commands

Imports event console definitions from a file into a different Tivoli region.
Command Purpose
tec_console Starts an event console.
wconsole Manages event consoles.
wcrtdefcfg Creates a default configuration in the event console.
wcrtebizgroups Creates the e-business groups in the event console.
wcrtmtgroups Creates an event group for viewing hosts that are in maintenance mode in the event console.
wcrtnvgroups Creates the event groups required to use the netview.rls rule set.
wcrtteccfg Creates a default configuration for the Tivoli Enterprise Console product.
wlsemsg Lists received events for a console. This command requires Tivoli Management Framework services.
wmigcon Migrates Tivoli Enterprise Console Version 3.6 consoles, event groups, event group filters, and operators to Version 3.7.x, Version 3.8, and Version 3.9.
wsendresp Displays a directed response to an administrator.
wsetemsg Modifies an event. This command requires Tivoli Management Framework services.
wtecexport Exports event console definitions to a file.

Source commands

Command Purpose
wcrtsrc Creates a source on the event server.
wdelsrc Deletes a source from the event server list.
wlssrc Lists existing sources at the event server.
wsetsrc Resets event source attributes.

Event message commands

Command Purpose
postemsg Posts an event to the event server. This command does not require Tivoli Management Framework services.
postzmsg Posts an event to the event server using non-Tivoli communication.
TECAgent Posts an event to the event server using Tivoli or non-Tivoli communication.
wpostemsg (endpoint version) Posts an event to the event server. This command requires Tivoli Management Framework services.
wpostemsg (managed node version) Posts an event to the event server. This command requires Tivoli Management Framework services.
wpostzmsg (endpoint version) Posts an event to the event server using Tivoli endpoint communication to a Tivoli Enterprise Console gateway or non-Tivoli communication directly to the event server.
wpostzmsg (managed node version) Posts an event to the event server using Tivoli managed node communication or non-Tivoli communication.

Event server commands

Command Purpose
wlsesvrcfg Lists the configuration parameters of a running event server.
wsetesvrcfg Sets the configuration parameters for the event server.
wstartesvr Starts the event server. Informs the event server that a host has been placed in maintenance mode.
wstatesvr Displays the status of the event server.
wstopesvr Stops the event server. Informs the event server that an ongoing or scheduled maintenance mode for a network resource is being canceled.

Rule base commands

Command Purpose
chkclass Checks an event class definition file for validity against a rule base directory. This command is for developing classes in an environment using non-Tivoli communication.. Upgrades rules that were generated by the version 3.6.2 and earlier rule builder to the syntax supported by the rule compiler provided in this version of the Tivoli Enterprise Console product.
wchkclass Checks an event class definition file for validity against a rule base directory. This command is for developing classes in a Tivoli Enterprise Console environment.
wrb Manages rule bases.
wrb_default_rb Deactivates active rule sets in the default rule base.
wrbupgrade Upgrades rule bases and event BAROC files created with Tivoli Enterprise Console versions prior to 3.7 to the format for version 3.7 and later.

Database commands

Command Purpose Runs the generated database configuration scrips. Updates database data distribution statistics and reorganizes the database.
wtdbclear Clears events from the event database. Clears events from the event database.
wtdbspace Provides statistics for the database.
wtdbstat Displays the status of the database server.
wtdumper Generates a event report of processed events from the event repository.
wtdumprl Generates a report of received events from the reception log.
wtdumptr Generates a report of completed tasks.

Adapter Configuration Facility commands

Command Purpose
waddac Adds an adapter configuration record for an adapter configuration profile.
wdelac Removes an adapter configuration record from an adapter configuration profile.
wlsac Shows adapter configuration records from an adapter configuration profile.
wlsaddflt Shows adapter configuration records from an adapter configuration profile.
wlsadenv Shows an installed list of adapter-specific Event Integration Facility environment variables.
wlsadgui Shows an installed link to adapter-specific extended configuration tools.
wlsadval Shows installed validation information for an adapter type.
wlsaeenv Shows the environment variables available at an adapter configuration profile endpoint.
wsetac Modifies an existing adapter configuration record in an adapter configuration profile.
wsetaddflt Adds or sets an adapter configuration record for an adapter type default.
wsetadenv Installs a list of recognized Event Integration Facility environment variables for an adapter type.
wsetadgui Installs a link from the Adapter Configuration Facility GUI to a type-specific configuration tool.
wsetadval Installs validation information for an adapter type.
wsetaeenv Modifies environment variables stored on adapter configuration profile endpoints.
wstoptecgw Stops the Tivoli Enterprise Console gateway.
wtouchac Updates the modification time on an adapter configuration profile record to force redistribution.



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