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Manual Reference Pages  -  IMR (1)

NAME

imr - MICO implementation repository tool

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Files
Copyright
Author

SYNOPSIS

imr list
imr info ...
imr create ...
imr delete ...
imr activate ...

DESCRIPTION

imr is used to list all entries in the implementation repository, to show detailed information for one entry, to create a new entry, and to delete an entry.

OPERATION MODES

    Listing All Entries

imr list
  will print a listing of the names of all entries in the implementation repository.

    Details For One Entry

imr info <name>
  will show you detailed information for the entry named <name>.

    Creating New Entries

imr create <name> <mode> <command> <repoid1> ...
  will create a new entry with name <name>. <mode> is one of persistent, shared, unshared, permethod, library. <command> is the shell command that should be used to start the server or the file name of a loadable module for library activation mode. Note that all paths have to be absolute since micod’s current directory is probably different from your current directory. Furthermore you have to make sure that the server is located on the same machine as micod, otherwise you have to use rsh. <repoid1>, <repoid2> and so on are the repository ids for the IDL interfaces implemented by the server.

    Deleting Entries

imr delete <name>
  will delete the entry named <name>.

    Activation implementation

imr activate <name> [<micod-address>]
  will force activation of the implementation <name>.

FILES

~/.micorc

SEE ALSO

MICO Reference Manual, rsh(1), micod(8), imr(1), ird(8) , micorc(5) , idl(1)

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 1997, Kay Roemer & Arno Puder

AUTHOR

Kay Roemer & Arno Puder

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