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Identity Manager 9.0 LTS - API Development Guide

Starting the ImxClient command line program

You can start the ImxClient command line tool at any time using any command line interface.

To start the lmxClient command line program

  1. Open a command line interface (for example, Windows Powershell).

  2. In the command line program, go to the One Identity Manager installation directory.

  3. Run the ImxClient.exe application.

ImxClient command overview

The following chapters contain a list of all ImxClient commands that you can run.

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Displays a list of available commands.


To view help for a specific command, add the command as a parameter.

Example: help fetch-files

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Runs HTML5 package compilation.

This command performs the following steps:

  1. Runs the npm install command in the application folder.

  2. Runs the npm run build command in the package folder.

  3. Creates the output in subdirectory dist
    .The output is stored as a zip file in the database.


Login parameters:

  • /conn <database connection>: Specifies the database to connect to.

  • /dialog <dialog authentication>: Specifies the dialog authentication.

Optional parameter:

  • /conndialog <option>: Specifies whether a login window is displayed for the database connection. The following options are possible:

    • off: The login window is not shown. If the database is not connected, an attempt is made to establish a connection.

    • show: The login window is shown (even is a database is already connected) and the new connection replaces the old one.

    • fallback (default): The current database connection is used. If the database is not connected, an attempt is made to establish a connection.

  • /factory <target system>: Specifies the target system for the connection. Enter this parameter if you want to establish a connection to the application server.

  • /workspace <path to working directory>: Specifies the working directory. This folder contains the application to be compiled. This folder normally contains the package.json file of the application. If you do not enter anything here, the current directory is used.

  • /app <application project name>: Specifies which application project to compile. If you do not specify anything here, all application projects are compiled.

  • -D: Runs debug compilation.

  • /copyto <file path>: Saves the result of the compilation as ZIP files in a folder.

  • /exclude <module name>: Omits packages of a module at compile time (for example, AOB).

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