T.Bridge can be launched from the command line for maintenance and debugging. The executable file is named
bridge3.exe and is located in T.Bridge installation folder.
To check the version of T.Bridge, view the active configuration summary, and get help on command line arguments, execute the command:
To output the certain configuration file to stdout, execute the command:
bridge3 -cfg <CONFIGURATION FILE NAME> -outcfg
To back up the active configuration before making changes, execute the command:
Running T.Bridge interactively
While T.Bridge works as a background service by default, you can start it from the command line to view informational messages and errors in real time for troubleshooting purposes.
Stop TASSTA Bridge service before starting T.Bridge from the command line to avoid running multiple instances of T.Bridge at the same time.
To run T.Bridge interactively with the specific configuration, execute the command:
bridge3 -cfg <CONFIGURATION FILE NAME>