zoomsh — ZOOM shell
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zoomsh is a ZOOM client with a simple command line interface. The client demonstrates the ZOOM API and is useful for testing targets.
You may pass one or more commands to zoomsh. These commands are invoked first.
Logs protocol packages into apdufile (APDU log).
Makes zoomsh stop processing commands as soon as an error occur. The exit code of zoomsh is 1 if error occurs; 0 otherwise.
Sets YAZ log level to
If you start the yaz-ztest in one console you can use the ZOOM shell as follows:
$ zoomsh ZOOM>connect localhost:9999 ZOOM>search computer localhost:9999: 7 hits ZOOM>show 0 1 1 Default USmarc 001 11224466 003 DLC 005 00000000000000.0 008 910710c19910701nju 00010 eng 010 $a 11224466 040 $a DLC $c DLC 050 00 $a 123-xyz 100 10 $a Jack Collins 245 10 $a How to program a computer 260 1 $a Penguin 263 $a 8710 300 $a p. cm. ZOOM>quit
You can also achieve the same result by passing the commands as arguments on a single command line:
$ zoomsh "connect localhost:9999" "search computer"
"show 0 1" quit
Connects to the target given by
Closes connection to target given by
zurl or all targets if
zurl was omitted.
count records starting at offset given
start. First records has offset 0
(unlike the Z39.50 protocol).
Prints value of option
Prints list of available commands.
Section "Building clients with ZOOM" in the YAZ manual.