Re: [nv-l] xnmsnmp* applicable to Netview Windows?
There's no general rule about corresponding CLI interfaces between UNIX and
The reason for pointing you to the Programmer's Reference was that those
commonly-used commands which do have command line options will have them
listed and explained there. The reason for point out \usr\ov\bin was
that you can also just open a command window and try executing what's there
with the universal UNIX "-?" help flag. For those commands with a
Windows CLI, it should produce a syntax error, and result in usage note in
the window. If you get one, then it will list the available options, which
you can then explore.
I'm not conversant with the Windows GUI stuff and how it works. Not my
area. But I wouldn't delete or alter any files you don't have a good
reason to do so, unless you just like having long conversations with the
folks in Level 2 Support.
Level 3 Support for Tivoli NetView for UNIX and Windows
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