In version 5, the ability to run projects from the command-line will be removed from EasyMorph Desktop. Instead, a new utility, Command Line Worker will be intended for running EasyMorph projects from the command line. The utility will be licensed separately, however all existing customers who need to run EasyMorph projects from the command line will receive a license for it for free, so the licensing cost for them will remain unchanged.
The utility will offer a few features that are currently not available:
- Installation for all Windows users of the machine
- Per-machine licensing (similarly to Server)
- Automatic email notifications on failure
- Automatic webhook notifications on failure with customizable JSON/XML templates
- The “Fire & Forget” mode - start a project but don’t wait until it finishes
- Application log
The webhook notifications with JSON templates are an interesting feature because it makes it easy to send notifications directly to MS Teams or Slack.
Overall, Command-Line Worker will provide more robust command-line execution and integration with external applications.
Download link: https://easymorph.com/download/clw/EasyMorphCmd.Setup500.zip
After installation, two executables will be available - the worker itself, and the GUI utility for configuration. Run the configuration utility first to configure license and repository.
As with EasyMorph Server, to get a trial license send the signature to email@example.com. Make a note it’s for CLW, not for Server.