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Problem this snippet solves:

This C# client code sample uses Enterprise Manager's device inventory to get the status for a specific task executed by the referenced Enterprise Manager.

Code :

using System;

using iControl;


/**
 * A class for testing the Management::EM::get_task_status iControl interface.
 */

class ManagementEMGetTaskStatus {

    private static int MIN_ARGS = 3;
    private static string USAGE =
"ManagementEMGetTaskStatus    " +
"[]";
    private static int EM_PORT = 443;


    /**
     * The main method.
     *
     * @param args command line arguments
     */

    static void Main(string[] args)
    {

if (args.Length < MIN_ARGS) {
    Console.WriteLine("Usage: " + USAGE);
    Environment.Exit(1);
}

string emAddress = args[0];
string emUsername = args[1];
string emPassword = args[2];

String[] taskIds = new String[args.Length - MIN_ARGS];

for (int i = 0; i < taskIds.Length; i++) {
    taskIds[i] = args[i + MIN_ARGS];
}

iControl.ManagementEMTaskStatus[] statuses = null;

try {
    Interfaces ic = new Interfaces();
    ic.initialize(emAddress, EM_PORT, emUsername, emPassword);

    statuses = ic.ManagementEM.get_task_status(taskIds);

            if (statuses.Length != taskIds.Length) {
                throw new Exception("wrong number of status values returned");
            }
}
catch (Exception e) {
      Console.WriteLine("Failed to get task status: " + e.Message);
      Environment.Exit(1);
}

for (int i = 0; i < taskIds.Length; i++) {
            Console.Write("Task ");
            Console.Write(taskIds[i]);
            Console.Write(": ");
            Console.WriteLine(statuses[i]);
        }

    } // Main

} // class ManagementEMGetTaskStatus
Version history
Last update:
‎09-Mar-2015 14:15
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