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WMS Commander

  1. Introduction
  2. Features
  3. System requirements
  4. Download
  5. Support

Introduction

Voynex WMS Commander is a set of tools to manage WMS and its publishing points.

Voynex WMS Commander has two components: command line utility and CGI script.

Commands can be entered using Windows command line interface or directly in the internet browser using HTTP GET request syntax.

Depending on the tool used commands can be executed locally or remotely via DCOM / RPC or HTTP / HTTPS.

Command line utility

Command line utility is a Windows console application designed to perform predefined actions. The software is called from the Windows command line. It is passed a set of arguments representing action and its parameters. Commands are executed locally or passed to the remote server using DCOM / RPC.

Application Usage Samples

Start publishing point "ch1":

wmscmd.exe --action start --pp ch1

Record stream from publishing point "ch1" to file "d:\sample.wmv":

wmscmd.exe --action record --pp ch1 --file d:\sample.wmv

As an example, this command line utility can be executed using ColdFusion and CFEXECUTE which is running on the same server.

CGI script

The CGI script (ASP.NET) makes it possible to manage WMS publishing points remotely via HTTP(S). The script performs actions based on CGI variables submitted via an http(s) GET request.

Script Usage Samples

Start publishing point "ch1":

http://wms51.net/wmscmd.aspx?action=start&pp=ch1

Record stream from publishing point "ch1" to file "d:\sample.wmv":

http://wms51.net/wmscmd.aspx?action=record&pp=ch1&file=d:\sample.wmv

Features

WMS Commander tools executes the following actions:

  • Start / Stop an existing publishing point by name
  • Create a publishing point and set parameters
  • Set / Modify publishing point's properties
  • Clone an existing publishing point
  • Remove a publishing point
  • Enable / Disable anonymous authentication and set user credentials
  • Enable /disable multicast
  • Create a multicast announcement (.nsc) file
  • Start / stop archiving

The CGI script duplicaties the functionality of the command line application.

The detailed description of the actions and its parameters is available in the User's Guide.

System Requirements

WMS Commander runs on the following OSes:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard / Enterprise / Datacenter
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard / Enterprise / Datacenter, x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard / Enterprise / Datacenter
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard / Enterprise / Datacenter, x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Web / Standard / Enterprise Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Web / Standard / Enterprise Edition, x64 Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Web / Standard / Enterprise

The following components have to be installed:

  • Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0 and above

WMS Commander CGI Script requires IIS and ASP.NET installed.

Download

Please contact support department to get the download link to the demo version of WMS Commander. Demo version has 30 days trial period and may have some functional limitations. Voynex WMS Commander is available for x86 and x64 platforms.

Purchase

You can purchase the full version of the WMS Commander using the following form:

Product Cost Quantity
Voynex WMS Commander 95 USD

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Support

Feel free to contact support department if you have any questions regarding the product.

All customers who purchased Voynex software products have a period of free support which includes software installation and configuration support. After the period of free support is over it can be renewed as a paid service. Please see products warranty for more details.

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