Some TPM customers don't use APDE and write all their custom
workflows from the TPM UI. The TPM UI does provide an option to export
individual workflows, but if you have a lot of custom workflows written
from the UI then exporting each workflow could be tedious. Here is a
quick and easy way to package all the custom workflows into one
All the custom workflows written from the TPM UI go into the automation package named "default_automation_package"
- Log into the TPM server and open a cygwin (on Windows) or shell (on unix) prompt. Its important to use the cygwin or shell prompt.
- Run the command:
cd "$TIO_HOME/lwi/runtime/tpm/eclipse/plugins/default_automation_package" && zip -rq $HOME/default_automation_package.tcdriver . && cd
- Copy the tcdriver created above to the $TIO_HOME/drivers directory of the TPM server.
- Stop TPM server
$TIO_HOME/tools/tio.sh stop tpm
- Use the force install (fid) option to install the automation package
$TIO_HOME/tc-driver-manager.cmd fid default_automation_package
- You should see a message that the driver was installed successfully.
- Restart TPM server
$TIO_HOME/tools/tio.sh start tpm
[For TPM/TSAM on Windows, use a cygwin prompt to run the above commands or replace $TIO_HOME with %TIO_HOME% and '.sh' with '.cmd' in the above commands if using a windows command prompt]
This is very useful if you have more than one TPM server and you want to the custom workflows created in one TPM server to be copied to the other TPM servers.