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From michael goulish <mgoul...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: qpid-tool change
Date Tue, 05 Aug 2008 17:07:46 GMT
On Tue, 2008-08-05 at 11:49 -0400, Ted Ross wrote:
> I've committed a change to qpid-tool to provide some richer functionality.
> 
> See below the updated help text.  There is a new command called "show" 
> which is now used to view the contents of management objects.  The 
> "list" command always provides a list of objects, one line per object, 
> and can now be used to see a list of only active objects (omitting the 
> deleted ones).
> 
> -Ted
> 
> 
> Management Tool for QPID
> 
> Commands:
>     list                            - Print summary of existing objects 
> by class
>     list <className>                - Print list of objects of the 
> specified class
>     list <className> active         - Print list of non-deleted objects 
> of the specified class
>     show <className>                - Print contents of all objects of 
> specified class
>     show <className> active         - Print contents of all non-deleted 
> objects of specified class
>     show <list-of-IDs>              - Print contents of one or more 
> objects (infer className)
>     show <className> <list-of-IDs>  - Print contents of one or more objects
>         list is space-separated, ranges may be specified (i.e. 1004-1010)
>     call <ID> <methodName> [<args>] - Invoke a method on an object
>     schema                          - Print summary of object classes 
> seen on the target
>     schema <className>              - Print details of an object class
>     set time-format short           - Select short timestamp format 
> (default)
>     set time-format long            - Select long timestamp format
>     id [<ID>]                       - Display translations of display 
> object ids
>     quit or ^D                      - Exit the program
> 

Thanks!  This feature looks really good.  I predict that I will get a
lot of use out of it.


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