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Options for Analyzer from a command line

The following table explains the options for Analyzer from a command line.

Options for Analyzer from a command line

Option Parameter Description
-u user Required login parameter that identifies the user account.
-p password Optional login parameter that identifies the user account. If the user account has no password, omit the -p option.
-x serverName Required login parameter that specifies the server to log on to.
-w authenticator The name of an external authentication string or Windows domain. This is related to the Login window's Authentication field, which is discussed in Setting up an authentication alias section.
-portnum TCPPortNumber Used to log on when the portmapper is turned off.
-o CSVFilePath CSV file path for analyzer results.
-excludeIgnoredResults Results marked as Ignored should not be included in the report.
-a activeLinkName Analyze the specified active link.
-A Analyze all active links.
-f formName Analyze the specified form.
-F Analyze all forms.
-n applicationName Analyze the specified application.
-N Analyze all applications.
-q escalationName Analyze the specified escalation.
-Q Analyze all escalations.
-t filterName Analyze the specified filter.
-T Analyze all filters.
-r relatedType

Include related object for analysis. Valid options are:

  • none (default)
  • directly
  • all
  • content
-modifiedAfter date Analyze objects that are modified after date. Use the M/d/yy h:mm format. Time details are optional.
-modifiedBefore date Analyze objects that are modified before date. When you use -modifiedAfter with -modifiedBefore, you can analyze modified objects between two dates. Use the M/d/yy h:mm format. Time details are optional.

You can use the following percent (%) wildcard when specifying names for the -a, -f, -n, -q, and -t options.

  • %string analyzes objects with a name ending with string.
  • string% analyzes objects with a name beginning with string.
  • %string% matches string anywhere in object name.

For example, TMS% analyzes all active links with a name beginning with TMS.

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