Okay, I am working with an application from HP called Omniback. I am not very good as a Visual Basic Scripter, but I can describe what I need with great detail.
The program is going to have to find out what session needs to be opened. It will have to have a script that checks the last days sessions (through command line execution and dumps the last days restore sessions into a text file.
Command lines to be given.
The dumped information will look like:
SessionID Type Status User-Group-Host ===============================================================================
2004/06/16-6 Restore Aborted ABCDE\JSMITH-md004505
2004/06/16-7 Restore Completed ABCDE\JSMITH-md004505
2004/06/16-8 Restore Completed ABCDE\BDOLE-md002169
2004/06/16-9 Restore Completed ABCDE\AGUY-md003439
Then the program extracts the Session ID's and loops through them making a new command line that needs to be executed and the output of that thrown into another text file where it is searched for acerpt01, and if the text file contains acerpt01, then put the session in an array (as there might be more than one session that deals with acerpt01.)
Then go through the array and do one last command line taking information from any/all of the sessions that deal with acerpt01 and dump them to a text file and then extract information from the text file on what in acerpt01 was restored, and dump that information to a database.
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