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Batch File Introduction (Doc ID 2709715.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 10, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Live Energy Connect - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Using a Simple, One-Column Batch File

The use of a prototype configuration and batch files allows the user to create a simple Live Energy Connect (LEC) Server configuration that can then be used to create a large number of configuration elements.

A prototype configuration is an LEC Server configuration that contains some elements that are just placeholders for actual elements of a configuration.

One or more batch files containing tabular information about the desired configuration are loaded to create the final LEC Server configuration by replicating the placeholder elements and assigning actual parameters to them.

A batch file is a comma-separated-values (CSV) file containing tables specifying lists of data point names and parameters, and sometimes lists of VMD names and parameters. Loading one or more batch files into a prototype configuration creates a complete configuration.

This article will refer to an example configuration database file called “IccpClient.db” that is included in a  typical installation of Oracle Utilities Live Energy Connect. The example case provided here is a standard three-Virtual Manufacturing Device (VMD) Inter-Control Center Communications Protocol (ICCP) configuration, where data flows between Virtual Control Center/VCC (ICCP Resource Mapper) and a Script Resource Mapper by way of a Processor VMD.


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