Status Options

Parameter Description
username=USERNAME CloudTest user name
password=PASSWORD CloudTest password
url=URL CloudTest URL to connect
httpproxyhost=SERVER HTTP proxy server name (optional)
httpproxyport=PORT HTTP proxy port (optional)
format=FORMAT the display format to use ('text' or 'xml').
service=SERVICE The name of the service for which to display status (i.e. 'repository', 'maestro', 'results', monitor , or 'all'). If the 'service' option is omitted, then the status for all services will be displayed.
file=FILE Specify the file to write the output to (optional). If the 'file' option is omitted, then the output will be written to the command line (standard out).

For example, to get an Instance ID for a playing composition you'd like to stop:

scommand cmd=status service=maestro username=Sbob password=secret url= http:// <CloudTest URL>/concerto format="text" >repository.txt password=secret url= http:// <CloudTest URL>/concerto

Will get a return value with the following sections (the file length will depend on how busy your CloudTest instance is):


Maestro status: ===============  Running compositions: -------------------- Instance ID: 1-BEDA5E0F-2927-49A6-905C-2B707A12C3E6, composition: /Composition 1 created on June 24, 2013 12:25:58 PM PDT, played by: bob, status: Completed Instance ID: 1-CF6158F5-03B8-4F9B-A70D-BBB38C8F558F, composition: /Composition 2, played by: bob, status: Playing

To check the status of the Monitor Service from the command line, use the status command with the parameter service=monitor . For example:

scommand cmd=status service=monitor url= http:// <CloudTest URL>/concerto username=bob password=secret