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Form Editor - Command Line Interface Help

Command line interface allows you to work with forms from the terminal or automation (batch, bash) scripts.

Keys should start with ”-” sign. Values, if necessary, are specified after space, next to the key. Some keys can be optional.

Execute Form

To execute a form the following command can be used:

vstudio
  -project $project_location
  [-project_server $vserver]
    -execute_form $form_name

Keys description:

  • -project – open a project at $project_location
  • -project_serverURL of Valentina Server holding a project. Specified in the format of Valentina Server datasource string
  • -execute_form – execute the form with name $form_name

Examples

Execution a form from local project on OS X:

$ "./Valentina Studio.app/Contents/MacOS/Valentina Studio" \
  -project "/Users/user/Documents/project1.vsp" \
    -execute_form "Report_1"

Executing a form from server project on OS X:

$ "./Valentina Studio.app/Contents/MacOS/Valentina Studio" \
  -project "project1.vsp" \
  -project_server "vserver://host = 'localhost' port = '15432' user = 'sa' password = 'sa'" \
    -execute_form "Report_1"