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11g Release 1 (11.1.2.0.0)

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getStateList clusterTree

Returns the current state of a list of objects of the same type.

See Also

getState clusterTree
getAllStates clusterTree

Syntax

getStateList clusterTree --KEYS_FILE=key_filename [--OUTPUT_FILE=output_file]

or

getStateList clusterTree -k key_filename [-o output_file]

Parameters

key_filename

Path to a text file that identifies the objects. Each line of the file contains an object key. For example:

--NAME="Topic Tree"
output_file

Name of a file in which the exported XML document is stored. You can specify a simple file name, a relative path, or a fully qualified path. When executing on multiple instances, the getStateList command creates a separate file for each one and appends the host name and port number to the base name.

Example

This example displays the last crawl and next crawl dates for the schedules listed in clustertrees.lst:

SES>getStateList clusterTree --KEYS_FILE=clustertrees.lst
 
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<search:state productVersion="11.1.2.0.0" xmlns:search="http://xmlns.oracle.com/search">
   <search:objectStates>
      <search:objectState>
         <search:objectType>clusterTree</search:objectType>
         <search:objectKey>
            <search:keyPairs>
               <search:keyPair>
                  <search:name>name</search:name>
                  <search:value>Topic Tree</search:value>
               </search:keyPair>
            </search:keyPairs>
         </search:objectKey>
         <search:stateProperties>
            <search:stateProperty>
               <search:propertyName>status</search:propertyName>
               <search:propertyValues>
                  <search:propertyValue>
                     <search:value>ACTIVE</search:value>
                  </search:propertyValue>
               </search:propertyValues>
            </search:stateProperty>
         </search:stateProperties>
      </search:objectState>
   </search:objectStates>
</search:state>