Check details of file structure, setup, or
parameters and values inside specific files on a host before using this
information in step operations.
Basic knowledge of programming is desirable.
- Navigate to
- Select a pattern from the Discovery Patterns list.
- Select an identification or connection section.
- Switch to the debug mode as described in Activate pattern Debug mode.
Role required: pd_admin
Part of creating or modifying patterns is defining step operations that use
information about the host on which they run. You can verify that the information
you are going to use in operations is correct, by exploring hosts.
You can explore both remote hosts and MID Servers.
Click Command Prompt next to the Debug Mode
The Command Prompt window opens.
Enter the command.
To make the platform apply applicative credentials while executing this
command, use placeholders for credentials using the following syntax:
- $$username$$ - for the user name
- $$password$$ - for the password
For example, a parsing command for a Microsoft SQL Server uses
"su - " + $userid + " -c '" +
$ExecutableDir + "mysql --user=" + "$$username$$" + " --password=" +
Click Advanced Details.
Specify the command and parameters:
||Select the relevant option of running this command:
- Default (Remote) - on a
- Local Script - on the MID Server
- Windows Service - on a remote
||If necessary, select the CI type whose credentials the
platform applies while running the command.
||Enter the management IP address of the host on which to
run the command. You can also leave this value
Click Run Command.
The result is displayed in the Output pane.
Click Close when finished checking the result.