Is it possible to run from the Solaris command line an equivelent to Inventory export in CSV format that you can run from the GUI.
I only want to be able to export basic information such as IP address of device etc. You can run the command cwexport from /opt/CSCOpx/bin but this provides too much information which is not required and as there are such a large number of devices this is creating a huge file of which most of the data is not needed.
Running the GUI based export seems to use a file called "exportToFile.pl" is there any way of being able to execute this file from the CLI?
To clarify I am running LMS 2.2 RME 3.5 on Solaris 8.
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