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Topic Title: what command line arguments available to e-notebook and other misc. questions!
Topic Summary: what command line arguments are available?
Created On: 8/29/2011 4:22 PM
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Answer This question was answered by CS Gleb, on Wednesday, September 7, 2011 10:14 AM

Answer:

1) No other parameters documented.

2) No. If you are interested in any customizations, please contact your Sales and Services Managers.

3) You can "Save Search..." as a collection, and then create a .bat file on your desktop with the corresponding collection key, as described in our Tech Note. A double-click on this .bat file will open the saved search in E-Notebook.

In recent versions of E-Notebook, there is a feature called "Active Link", which allows saving the link to an E-Notebook collection as an external file.

4) It is "sequentially across the company".

 8/29/2011 4:22 PM
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curiousguy

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Hi I have a variety of questions that are not all related. i can post them independently if the moderator would like. for now - here they are:

1) what are the command line parameters that we can use when launching ELN? (for example, PATH). Are there any others?

2) Other than using a search, is there any way to get the collection key # associated with a NB number (i.e., nb-XXXX-0212321-0034)? It would be very useful to us to be able to create a reference by typing the NB# into a page and then having it be converted into a link to that page. This would be particularly useful if we could have lots of NB#s on the page and run a command that would 'linkify' all of them so that they were actually functioning links to the correct NB page. Currently, the only way we can do this is - one by one - add a reference, navigate to the page, then repeat for each link.

3) Is there any way to save a search to your desktop, and then double click it and have it open ELN and do the search?

4) when a new NB (or experiment) is created, how is the collection key assigned to it? Randomly, sequentially across the company, etc…?

Thanks, CuriousGuy

 9/7/2011 10:14 AM
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CS Gleb

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Answer Answer

1) No other parameters documented.

2) No. If you are interested in any customizations, please contact your Sales and Services Managers.

3) You can "Save Search..." as a collection, and then create a .bat file on your desktop with the corresponding collection key, as described in our Tech Note. A double-click on this .bat file will open the saved search in E-Notebook.

In recent versions of E-Notebook, there is a feature called "Active Link", which allows saving the link to an E-Notebook collection as an external file.

4) It is "sequentially across the company".



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Edited: 9/14/2011 at 10:47 AM by CS Gleb

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