Utility commands

You can use the utility commands to do various functions.

The functions you can perform using utility commands include:

  • Analyzing schema
  • Importing and exporting schema
  • Converting schema
  • Converting schema properties from bytes to characters
  • Compiling maps
  • Importing to and exporting map source files
  • Generating a map report HTML file containing information about a map source file
  • Deploying systems
  • Importing to and exporting systems
  • Calculating suggested memory page size and count for maps
  • Analyzing map execution behavior
  • Converting XML type definitions
  • Creating one map that can transform any input data into XML output, and a second map that can transform the XML that the first map produced into output data in a format described by the schema that you specified

    Use the second map only when the schema that you specified was imported from a COBOL copybook.

  • Updating a resource or virtual server in MRN files

There are utility commands for the schema designer, and the map designer applications as well as for other related tasks.

Schema designer:
tanalyze utility command
Analyzes schemas.
timport utility command
Imports to schemas
texport utility command
exports schemas.
tbcconv utility command
Converts schema properties from bytes to characters.
Map Designer:
mcompile utility command
Compiles maps
mimport utility command
Imports to maps
mexport utility command
Exports maps
mreport utility command
Generates a map report HTML file from a map source file
Integration Flow Designer:
sdeploy utility command
Deploys systems
msdimport utility command
Imports to system files
msdexport utility command
Exports system files

Map Tuning:

Utility commands for XML:
dtxany2xml utility command
Automatically produces a map that can transform any input data into XML output
Utility commands for Resource Registry
ResourceRegistryHelper.bat
ResourceRegistryHelper.sh
Updates a resource or virtual server in resource name (.mrn) files.