Can the servicemix shell be used as a normal shell?

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Environment

  • Fuse ESB (All Platform)

Issue

  • Can the servicemix shell be used as a normal shell?
  • How does the servicemix shell differ from a normal shell like the Windows command prompt or bash?

Resolution

  • The servicemix shell is really there to manage servicemix, such as start/stop bundles etc. To see what commands are available type "help".
  • It doesn't behave like a normal shell, for example to run commands that are not built in you use "exec", however this appears to run the command in the CWD of servicemix and not a directory you may have changed to while within the shell.

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fact:

All Supported Operating Systems

fact:

FUSE ESB 4.x