Recital utility to reset or create the users files or to display the currently active users
recitalusers –c | -l | -r
The recitalusers utility is used to reset or create the users files or to display the currently active users. When Development users log in, their details are logged in the users.db file. When Runtime users log in, their details are logged in the rtusers.db file. When a user logs out, their details are removed from the appropriate users file. The users files are created when the license is installed. If the license file is created manually, the users files are not created automatically. To manually create the users files, the following command should be issued at the Operating System prompt:
Please note, that the users files are created based on the license file – users.db is only created if the system is licensed for Development users, rtusers.db if the system is licensed for Runtime users.
If the users files become out of sync with the actual users logged in, for example if a connection is broken and the session is not closed down cleanly, the users files can be reset. All users must exit the Recital product. To reset the users files, the following command should be issued at the Operating System prompt:
From within the Recital environment, the DISPLAY USERS or LIST USERS commands can be used to view the users logged in to the current users file (rtusers.db if the command is run in the Runtime environment, users.db if in the Development environment). To view current Development and Runtime users from the Operating System, the following command should be issued at the Operating System prompt:
# recitalusers -r Recital: Users file reset. Recital: Runtime users file reset.