Hi David,

yes that sounds like a reasonable idea - a TCP/IP server is pretty straight forward in Java - I have to get a grip to the RSE/LPEX or maybe iSphere API to trigger the right actions

And of course, I have to find some time to do that.

So thank you.


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On 7/16/21 3:53 AM, Daniel Gross wrote:
I have a question - is it possible, to open or compare members in RDi
(9.6+) with a command or call from a connected remote system?

Since RDi isn't a simple editor that can be invoked from a command line, it's not going to be straight forward.

I suppose a plug-in could be written that creates a tcp server that would invoke the compare view based on content.


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