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    Ryu
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    Hi!

    I need help about OPS script.
    I would like to make a script that could connect to 2 AXEs, give a MML command and get the answer but I have some problem to do that.

    If someone could give me some tips, it would be nice.

    Thanks.

    #43555 Reply
    Reza
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    Hi Ryu,

    So far as I know, we can not directly connect for 2 AXEs simultanously, but you can do one by one and mixer from buffer at the end.

    CMIIW

    #43556 Reply
    Ryu
    Guest

    Hi Reza,

    thank you for your answer but I don’t understand…

    What do you mean by “mixer from buffer at the end” ?

    thanks and Happy new year !!

    #43557 Reply
    Dea
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    Hi Ryu,

    An exapmple can be the following:
    *********************
    @connect (“MSC1”)
    allip;
    @ disconnect

    @connect(“MSC2”)
    allip;
    @disconnect
    **************

    where MSC1 and MSC2 are the names of AXE elements.
    depending on your requests 1st you can open a log file where to store the printouts. in this case the script will look something like:

    ****************
    @log (“/home/user/logname.log”)
    @connect (“MSC1”)
    allip;
    @ disconnect

    @connect(“MSC2”)
    allip;
    @disconnect

    @close
    @quit
    ***************

    hope this will help you
    Dea

    #43558 Reply
    DJ
    Guest

    This is in OSS-CHA or WINFIOL ?

    Rgds

    #43559 Reply
    Ryu
    Guest

    Hi everyone,

    thank you Dea for the idea but I found a better way .
    For information, the idea is to have a master script that launch other script using
    @EXEC(“ops_gui -file script_MSC1.cmd”)
    @EXEC(“ops_gui -file script_MSC2.cmd)

    This is a better way because I can connect 2 AXE in the same time instead of connecting only one axe at time.

    Thank you for your help.

    ryu

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