Responder Services Commands

The following commands may be used in the Responder Windows Service or in the Responder services windows: Miner.Responder.DataServices.exe, Miner.Responder.PredictionServices.exe, Miner.Responder.LineDisplayService.exe and Miner.Responder.ArchiveServices.exe.

Only the exit (x) command may be used with Miner.Responder.MessageRouter.exe.

Command

Description

cls

Clears the screen. This command may not be used in the Responder Windows Service, a Clear button is provided instead.

copyright

Displays copyright information.

d or diagnostics

Tests the database and geometric network connections. The Diagnostics button may be used in place of this command.

d c or diagnostics configurator

Outputs the Database Schema Config and the database lengths to the console. This is specific to Data Services.

d l or diagnostics dataloader

Attempts the same data loading command that Responder Explorer attempts when you open that program. This logs messages if data errors are detected.

d r or diagnostics rules

Lists instances of all configured Submit Rules. This is specific to Data Services.

d s or diagnostics sources

Lists information on all circuit sources in the geodatabase.

refresh

Updates the Responder version of the network geodatabase with the latest edits. This command may not be used in the Responder Windows Service, a Refresh button is provided instead. This command is not available for Archive Services.

testconnection or tc

Runs the connection test for any service program group based on the documentation in the Notification of Service Failure help.

x or exit

Exits out of the service console. This command only temporarily ends the business service. The Responder Windows service ensures that the number of services running always matches the Count field (see Configuration screens in the Responder Service Configuration web browser). If the Count field is set to 1, the Windows Service will always start another instances of the service as soon as the original one is terminated. To exit from the service, set the Count field to 0.

The following commands are specific to Prediction Services. You may use the commands on the Console page.

p help or prediction help

Lists all available commands for prediction.

p or prediction

Lists the prediction status (on/off)and the Probable State Polling Frequency. The Probable State Polling Frequency is the frequency prediction looks at all Unconfirmed incidents and their amount of time out compared to the amount of time before they are elevated to Probable.

p on:off

or

prediction on:off

Turns Prediction on or off, depending on the argument entered (on or off).

m details [mode name]

or

mode details [mode name]

Replace [mode name] with the name of your mode (no brackets). This command lists the details for the given mode. If the given mode name has spaces, it must be enclosed in quotation marks (e.g., "Night Storm").

m list or mode list

Lists all available modes

rm details [region name]

or

region_mode details [region name]

Replace [region name] with the name of your region (no brackets). This command displays prediction mode details for the given region. If the given region name has spaces, it must be enclosed in quotation marks (e.g., "North West").

rm list

or

region_mode list

Lists all regions and their assigned prediction modes.

rm assign [region name] [mode name]

or

region_mode assign [region name] [mode name]

Replace [region name] with the name of your region and [mode name] with the name of the prediction mode (no brackets). This command assigns the given prediction mode to the given region. If the mode name or region name have spaces, they must be enclosed in quotation marks.

rm cleanup

or

region_mode cleanup

With no argument (as shown), this command clears out records in the RX_REGION_ASSIGNMENTS table with obsolete modes or region IDs. You may add the [all] argument (rm cleanup [all]. This command removes all obsolete records and assigns the Default prediction mode to all regions.

rm autochange [region name] [new state ON or OFF]

or

region_mode autochange [region name] [new state ON or OFF]

Replace [region name] with the name of your region and [new state ON or OFF] with ON or OFF to enable (ON) or disable (OFF) Auto Change. Auto Change automatically changes mode at user-specified times.

The following commands are specific to Line Display Services. You may use the commands on the Console page.

ld

Displays the line display diagnostic commands.

ld ct or ld connectiontest

Tests the connection to the line display service.

ld c or ld create

Create a shape on the specified device. Specify the device within the command using this format (without the brackets):

ld c [FCID] [OID] [SubID]

  • FCID: The feature class of the device.

  • OID: The object id of the device.

  • SubID: The subid of the device. This is optional for junctions.

ld d

Displays the diagnostic checks (including Feature Class, Model Names, and Create, Read, Update, and Delete permissions on the database.)

ld r or ld reprocess

Reprocesses the line display by recreating the line display for all known devices on the system.

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