Bowing to millions of gbscmd fan requests (I usually exaggarate my statements a little), the new version of gbscmd contains some of the features you would really like. Couple of new features includes the ability to execute remote commands using SOAP and the ability to save the credential information in a file. For those who don't know about gbscmd, here is a one-line intro.
It is a set of Perl programs and modules developed by Gulf Breeze to perform many ITM 6.1 functions from CLI using ITM SOAP calls. Look for our earlier articles on gbscmd for more information. Simply google for "gbscmd site:gulfsoft.com".
The new version also includes comprehensive documentation. Please feel free to download the documentation by reading further.
The documentation can be downloaded from GBSCMD Reference Guide
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