VuzitCL is a command line program for the Web Services Library . It was created for developers and non-developers to be able to automate the upload, viewing and deletion of documents from their Vuzit web account.
Installation is as easy as copying a file to your computer. Just download the VuzitCL application for your operating system. Here are the instructions:
When you run VuzitCL without any options it will give you the list of options seen below. Several examples of how to use these commands is listed in the later sections.
VuzitCL - Vuzit Command Line Usage: vuzitcl COMMAND -k PUBLIC_KEY,PRIVATE_KEY [OPTIONS] Type 'vuzitcl help <command>' for help on a specific command. Available commands: delete load upload search help
Below is an example of how to upload a file to Vuzit. Replace PUBLIC_KEY and PRIVATE_KEY with your personal Vuzit developer public and private keys respectively. Notice the comma (“,”) between the two keys. You can sign up to get your keys from here.
vuzitcl upload -k PUBLIC_KEY,PRIVATE_KEY "c:/temp/test.pdf"
The output of that command if successful is below.
The “abc123” is an example of the document ID. The ID is the unique identifier for the document in the Vuzit document system. You can use this ID to load or delete the document later.
Below is the same example of how to upload a file to Vuzit but to make the file public (using the -p flag).
vuzitcl -k PUBLIC_KEY,PRIVATE_KEY -u "c:/temp/test.pdf" -p
Below is an example of how to load the data from a document. In this example we’ll use that made up “abc123” document ID.
vuzitcl upload -p -k PUBLIC_KEY,PRIVATE_KEY "c:/temp/test.pdf"
This is some sample output that you’ll see:
LOADED: abc123 title: Some sample title subject: Sample subject pages: 13 width: 595 height: 842 size: 29730 status: 4
Below is an example of how to search for documents within an account. In this example we’ll search for the term “john smith” and limit the results to the first 3.
vuzitcl search -k PUBLIC_KEY,PRIVATE_KEY -q "john smith" -l 3
The output will be virtually the same as that from the load example above except that 3 documents will be returned along with excerpts.
Below is an example of how to delete a document. In this example we’ll use the “abc123” document ID we created earlier.
vuzitcl delete -k PUBLIC_KEY,PRIVATE_KEY abc123
This is some sample output that you’ll see if successful:
Vuzit already has support for programming languages like PHP, Ruby, MS .NET and Java so it’s recommended that you use these. However if your language is not currently supported then you can use VuzitCL to handle it.
Below are a few libraries that allow programmers to run external applications.
Thanks to Erik Veenstra for his RubyScript2Exe
which made it possible to write this application natively for Windows and Linux without the need for a Ruby interpreter.
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