Command line performance test-rs.exe utilities are also provided. Output messages can also be read and displayed in a variety of formats. The formats include two types of XML as well as matched against a COBOL copybook. The data can be in EBCDIC or ASCII.

An RFH2 header can be added to the message before the message is sent. None beyond basic MQ and Message Broker development skills. The date is the last webpage refresh. Please note: RFHUtil requires either MQ or the MQ client installed to start up.

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What is the best way to upgrade the Notes client to a new version under these conditions? Smart Upgrade Run As is designed for Notes client users who do not have administrator privileges, but who still need to periodically update their Notes client software. Notes client users with administrator privileges on their local computer can still use Smart Upgrade. Notes client users can then run to upgrade their Notes clients. This executable file runs within the standard Smart Upgrade program on the local workstation, as a user with administrator privileges. You specify the administrator user name and password while completing the Smart Upgrade Run As wizard.

While the wizard is running, you specify the file, usually a setup. File system access to the installation package. If the install is located on a network share, ensure this administration account has full rights to this network share. Operating system rights to install software on the user’s workstation. 2: Log on to the user’s workstation was the administration user specified in the SURUNAS utility and try to install Lotus Notes or any other software. Try to access the network share where the install package is locates as this admin account.

Note: If you have multiple domains, and if you do not have a user name and password that can be used across multiple domains, run the Smart Upgrade Run As wizard for each individual domain. While the running the wizard, you have the option to store the new executable in a self-contained package in the SURUNAS. EXE file or as a file reference to a network share. Instructions for both procedures are included here. Choose the files to be stored in the SURUNAS.

If the files you need are not listed, click Add Files, and then browse to and select the files. When you have selected the files you need, click Next. Specify any command line options that you are using, and then click Next. For a list of command line options, see the table at the end of this procedure.

EXE is to be stored, and then click Next. Review the summary information that displays. Optionally, you can save the settings you entered, by clicking “Save all settings on exit. Click Finish, and then click Done. This document can be found on the Lotus Domino Documentation site. Choose to save the new executable as a file reference on a network share, and then click Next.

EXE will launch, and then click Next. Passes all arguments to the file that is being launched. For attached kit, does not display the dialog box that prompts the user to input the location to which the files are to be installed. Displays the basic user interface and a message box at the end of the upgrade. Sets a path to the default program directory and the default data directory. Hides the Location to Save Files dialog box and the Remove Installation Files dialog box. Displays a message box at the end of the upgrade.