This is the command ecaccess-event-sendp that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
ecaccess-event-send - Trigger an ECaccess Event
ecaccess-event-send [-debug] [-environment variables] [-delay duration] [-at date] event-
Allow triggering the event specified by its event-id. The sequence number should always be
greater than the last sequence submitted. The specified environment parameters are passed
to the jobs before submissions. The triggering of the event can also be delayed or started
at a later time if required. As a result the number of notification(s) updated is
The identifier of the Event to trigger.
The sequence number for the triggering (must be an integer between 0 and
Specify which environment variables to pass to the jobs. Multiple variables should
be separated by a semi-column (e.g. "PARAM1=xxx;PARAM2=yyy").
Allow delaying the submission of the event (default: no delay). The duration is
specified in [w]eeks, [d]ays, [h]ours, [m]inutes or [s]econds (e.g. 1w or 2d).
Specify the starting date for the event (default: immediate submission). The
format of the date is "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm" (e.g. "2011-01-19 12:17").
Display version number and exits.
-help Print a brief help message and exits.
-manual Prints the manual page and exits.
Number of SSL connection retries per 5s to ECMWF. This parameter only apply to the
initial SSL connection initiated by the command to the ECMWF server. It does not
apply to all the subsequent requests made afteward as it is mainly targeting
errors that can happen from time to time during the SSL handshake. Default is no
-debug Display the SOAP and SSL messages exchanged.
ecaccess-event-send 167 2000
Trigger the event 167 with a sequence number of 2000.
ecaccess-event-send -delay 1d 167 2000
Trigger the same event as in the previous example in 24 hours.
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