Run Perftest example in Powershell ISE

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Run Perftest example in Powershell ISE

  I creaeted a script & I tried but the command "perfteset_jave" was not recognized.  Have anyone tried it? 

 

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Hello there, 

What is the command you are using? And the error? We usually use bash scripts, but we can see how to make it work for you.

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Javi

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perftest_java : The term 'perftest_java' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of
the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.

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Did you go through the build and setup steps in the User Guide .. if so,  did any of the steps fail?

https://community.rti.com/static/documentation/perftest/3.0/compilation.html

 

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I have successfully run the built command & the example on command line (runsub & runpub).  I wanted to see if I could run on Powershell ISE.  This will be very convenient if it works.

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I meant the "Perftest" command.

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Hi again,

When you build the java API implementation for RTI Perftest, after the successful compilation with javac and the jar encapsulation a message should appear letting you know that you can run the binary code in 2 ways: by executing a script that is created for such purpose under the bin folder, or by executing directly a Java command prior to configure a couple environment variables. Which one is the one you tried? What command did you use? I think if Java works for you in the PowerShell, you should be able to run RTI Perftest with no issues.

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Javi