I am trying to automate the Progress Corticon Deployment console process. Below is what I am trying to achieve
It will generate a .xsd file.
I have written the below C# code to invoke the Deployment Console.
static void Main(string args)
ProcessStartInfo startInfo = new ProcessStartInfo(@"C:\Program Files (x86)\Progress\Corticon 5.4\Server .NET\samples\bin\DeploymentConsole.exe");
However I want to pass the arguments i.e. the ecore file, type as xml schema and Messaging style as Heir which will generate the .xsd file.
Please let me know what code should I write so that corticon will receive the arguments and generate the .xsd file or some better where i can convert the .ecore to xsd.
Plz help this will solve my prob as we normal convert at 15 files daily which is a tedious process
I only have some suggestions :
- May be it is easier to automate using the API methods (there is one called precompileDecisionService...)
- Corticon integration and deployment guide is talking about "Silent compilation of multiple Decision Services" : you can put all ruleflows you wan inside a file called multipleCompilation.xml and about a multipleCompilation.bat that can inspire you...
- If you have Visual Studio 2012 ultimate or higher, perhaps you can register a windows UI test and then analyze the generated code?
Hope this can help you.
Can you please explain how can can do it using programatically using the API Methods.Appreciate if you can provide code snippet
Please review KB article below for detailed API methods:
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The problem that we have is our release has been scheduled on Dec and the management has decided to stick to 5.4.1 till December. So I m afraid that we would not be able to use this utility until dec end.
So do we have have a workaround where I can just pass these arguments to jar which will help me to script and manage the conversion part