|Voicent AutoReminder - Command line
Voicent AutoReminder provides command line support. You can create, delete,
import, and get call status from the command line. AutoReminder
program is called AptBook.exe, typically installed under "C:\Program
Files\Voicent\AutoReminder\bin". You can invoke it from the command
line by specify the full path:
Use the following command to import appointments:
"...\AptBook.exe" -import <import_file>
"...\AptBook.exe" -import "C:\my
The <import_file> is the name of an import file. Click here for
details of import file format.
The import results are listed in cmdresult.txt file in the
run directory. Each appointment created is identified by an appid,
which is a relative path to the corresponding appointment file.
The appids line in the cmdresult.txt file is a semicolon
separated list of appids. If an appointment is not imported
correctly, an empty appid is returned.
Create an appointment
Use the following command to create an appointment.
"...\AptBook.exe" -create <one_appointment>
The format of <one_appointment> is the same as a line in the
The result is saved in the cmdresult.txt file in the run
directory. If the appointment is successfully created, the
corresponding appid is returned in the result file.
Use the following command to delete appointments.
"...\AptBook.exe" -delete <appids>
The <appids> is a semicolon separated list of appids. If an
appointment is deleted successfully, a "deleted" string will appear
in the status line in cmdresult.txt file, otherwise, the string is
Get appointment call status
Use the following command to get appointment call status.
"...\AptBook.exe" -status <appids>
The call status strings are: pending, retry, made, failed, mixed.
Get appointment call status info
Use the following command to get more about appointment call status.
"...\AptBook.exe" -statusinfo <appids>
Get appointment call confirmation status
Use the following command to get appointment call confirmation status.
"...\AptBook.exe" -confirmation <appids>