Executing VCC Live® Archiver

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You can execute VCC Live® Archiver from a command line.

Tip: We recommend using Windows Task Scheduler or Linux Cron to schedule VCC Live® Archiver to run periodically at fixed times, for example, at night.

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Default Download Behavior

If a file has already been downloaded, then the file is marked as archived and will not be downloaded again. If a file with the same name already exists, the application will add a suffix to the first 10 files with identical filenames.

Note: If you have more than 10 files downloaded with identical filenames, the application stops archiving files, and sends an email to the supervisor with details of the unsuccessful archiving, such as the filename, projectID and uuid. Technical notifications must be enabled.

To Execute VCC Live® Archiver from Windows® Prompt

  1. Launch cmd.exe.
  2. Change directoy to the folder where the VCC Live® Archiver executable file is located using the “CD” command. For example, enter “CD C:\Users\rachel.smith\Downloads”. Press enter.
  3. Enter the name of the executable file. This can be “vccla-windows-386.exe” or “vccla-windows-amd64.exe” depending on the version you downloaded.
    VCC Live Voice File Archiver Screenshot
  4. Optional: enter a whitespace, then enter one or more switch.
  5. Press Enter.

Note: The application does not start archiving files if it finds downloaded voice files with the same name. It sends an email to the supervisor about details of the unsuccessful archiving, such as the filename, projectID and uuid. Technical notifications must be enabled. Voice files from deleted projects will be downloaded to a separate folder, with a custom file name.

Note: Microsoft® Windows® operating systems have a maximum path length limitation of 260 characters. Downloading voice files to a path exceeding the limitations will fail. For more details about Windows® limitations, see Naming Files, Paths, and Namespaces.

To Execute VCC Live® Archiver from Linux Shell

  1. Launch the VCC Live® Archiver executable file from Linux Shell using the “$ ./vccla-linux-386” or “$ ./vccla-linux-amd64” command.
  2. Optional: enter a whitespace, then enter one or more switch.

    VCC Live Voice File Archiver Screenshot - Linux
  3. Press Enter.

Note: The application does not start archiving files if it finds downloaded voice files with the same name. It sends an email to the supervisor about details of the unsuccessful archiving, such as the filename, projectID and uuid. Technical notifications must be enabled. Voice files from deleted projects will be downloaded to a separate folder, with a custom file name.

Note: Linux® operating systems have a maximum path length limitation of 4095 characters. Downloading voice files to a path exceeding the limitations will fail.

Tip: You may use Linux Cron to schedule VCC Live® Archiver to run periodically at fixed times, for example, in the early morning. Example command: ’30 5 * * * /opt/vcc-live-archiver/vccla-linux-amd64′.

Using Commands

You can use commands to tell VCC Live® Archiver what task to perform, and use command options to define how a command should behave. See Commands.


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