Command Files

On the FSVIEW command line, an at character (@) followed by a filename indicates that the named file contains FSVIEW commands.

If you use a file to supply FSVIEW commands, the file must be an ASCII text file.

Within the FSVIEW command file:

The following example shows an FSVIEW command file that identifies a file and lists the users currently accessing it:

    ! Demo of fsview command file  
    ! Identify file and list its users
    option upcase
    option no-echo
    admin logon FSVIEW MFTEST
    server set NWB-GLEN
    server get
    users get
    files get
    file get-users F:\testing\fsvtests\fresh\testfile1.dat
    user-file close 7 F:\testing\fsvtests\fresh\testfile1.dat
    users get
    files get
    ! All done

Note that if your command file does not use the FSVIEW exit command, you will remain in FSVIEW after the file has been executed.