Business Object - how to start CMS manually from command line

Posted on 2010-11-28
Last Modified: 2013-11-15
I am using BO IX 3.1 and was in Central Management Console and stopped the CMS main server. After that I can no more login to CMS as it states server is stopped.

Is any way to start the CMS server from command line?

Your help will be greatly appreciated.
Question by:NickHoward
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I don't know, can you restart it from Task Manager?


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No cms.exe no more present in Task Manager.

I had re-install BO as could not find solution elsewhere.

Thanks for your initiative mlmcc.

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I  had re-install BO as could not find solution elsewhere.

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