Provide some details on the scripts or programs that are used in the TEPS "seeding" process
The TEPS seeding process is using the following scripts:
On a Windows system:
TEPS (batch mode)
On Linux or Unix system:
TEPS (batch mode)
BuildPresentation.bat: On Windows only, this is simply a wrapper around InstallPresentation.bat.
It generates log files named BuildPresentation.txt and BuildPresentationErr.txt, but they typically do not contain much information.
InstallPresentation.bat/InstallPresentation.sh: Stops TEPS and restarts it in batch mode.
On Linux/Unix, also starts the migrate.sh script. Generates log file named InstallPresentation.log, which will contain output sent to stdout and stderr from the TEPS in batch mode.
TEPS (batch mode): TEPS started with just enough capability to connect to the TEPS database.
Writes the migrate-env.bat/migrate-env.sh file based on variables found in its execution environment.
On Windows, starts the migrate.bat script. Generates standard TEPS log files (*cq*.log).
migrate-env.bat/migrate-env.sh: Contains environment variables that need to be passed from the
InstallPresentation script to the migrate script. Generated by the batch mode TEPS. Can be useful to see what values were passed to the migrate script.
migrate.bat/migrate.sh: Script that does all the work during the seeding process. Generates log file named migrate.log. Log data can be increased by setting KFW_MIGRATE_VERBOSE=Y.
KfwSQLClient(.exe): Utility that connects to the SQL service in TEPS and issues SQL statements.
Called by migrate script to do some work. Generates a log file named KfwSQLClient.log each time it's called, but is typically not containing much info.
KfwInstallClient: On Linux, used to signal the batch mode TEPS that the migrate script has finished. Generates log file named KfwInstallClient.log, but is typically not containing much info.
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