Altair® Panopticon


Publishing a Workbook to Panopticon Real Time

Publishes a workbook to Panopticon Real Time.



-f, --force

Overwrite existing workbook on server.

Syntax example: java -jar pcli.jar publish -w "workbook" -d -u "http://username:password@host:port/app_name/" -n "name" -f

-w, --workbook

The workbook file to publish.

Syntax example: java -jar pcli.jar publish -w "workbook" -u "http://username:password@host:port/app_name/"

-d, --dataFiles

Find and upload data files used by workbook.

-u, --url

URL to Panopticon Real Time, syntax: java -jar pcli.jar publish -w "workbook" -d -u "http://username:password@host:port/app_name/"

-n, --name

Publish workbook with a different name.

Syntax example: java -jar pcli.jar publish -w "workbook" -d -u "http://username:password@host:port/app_name/" -n "name"


Publishes workbook by file copy, instead of HTTP, for use when server exists on the local system. Specifies target file location path including file name. If the server is running, the application pool must be recycled after publication.


Java classpath.

Syntax example: ‘java -cp pcli.jar; [plugin dir]/* com.panopticon.dashboards.pcli.Pcli publish -w "workbook" -u "http://username:password@host:port/app_name/"'


Command example: java -cp pcli.jar;lib/* com.panopticon.dashboards.pcli.Pcli publish -w "How To Actions.exw" -d -u "http://username:password123@localhost:8080/panopticon" -n "Published by pcli" -f