How can I open Outsystem Studio V10 using command line?

Hey guys,

So I found out you can open outsystems applications using command line as follows:

servicestudio://-downloadAndOpen -eSpaceKey [ModuleName] -url [Host]

Though, since I have both V10 and V11 installed it will always open V11 by default, even though my application is for P10.

Is there anyway to force a certain version to open?

If so, is there a way to determine the current version my server is running on?

*A little background information, I'm creating a developer tool to display incompatible modules and allow developers to easily open them in service studio/easily publish them.

Hi,

You can find the right version in the respective folder:
For example, in my computer, ServiceStudio 10 is installed here:

C:\Program Files\OutSystems\Development Environment 10.0\Service Studio

You can create shortcuts for them, using SET also.

Cheers.

Eduardo Jauch wrote:

Hi,

You can find the right version in the respective folder:
For example, in my computer, ServiceStudio 10 is installed here:

C:\Program Files\OutSystems\Development Environment 10.0\Service Studio

You can create shortcuts for them, using SET also.

Cheers.


Hey Eduardo, sorry, I may have not been clear.

I wish to use the url format, to let users open the module from the browser.
I'm presenting the user with a list of espaces which have incompatible references, my goal is, to allow the user to click a button (or link) to open the target espace in service studio.

Using servicestudio://-downloadAndOpen -eSpaceKey [ModuleName] -url [Host] as an url will allow them to open it, but it will always take the latest version, where in some cases the users' server might run on P10, but they might have both versions installed on their machine.