Command line curl REST authentication

Sometimes you want to test out REST calls from the command line. How to handle the dual realm Authorization headers that Datacentre requires? --user will not work because curl will only accept one such parameter, so you need to specify … Continue reading

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CLI Overview

MoneyWorks may be used from the command line for automating tasks, such as data import, data export, and reporting. On Mac, use /usr/bin/moneyworks (MoneyWorks Gold must be installed). On Windows, use moneyworks.exe in the MoneyWorks Datacentre folder in Program Files. … Continue reading

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Perl wrapper

A third party Perl script is available from here. It uses the Command Line Interface to talk directly to MoneyWorks Datacentre. Note: As of v6.1, the recommended way to access MoneyWorks Datacentre is via the REST interface. The REST interface provides … Continue reading

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CLI Manual

moneyworks - MoneyWorks command line modes Synopsis moneyworks [options] [file-or-url] On Mac OS X, the short form (moneyworks) is a symbolic link to the actual executable (/Applications/MoneyWorks\ Gold.app/Contents/MacOS/MoneyWorks\ Gold). On Windows, a separate command line client, moneyworks.exe is installed in … Continue reading

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MoneyWorks URL Scheme

The MoneyWorks URL scheme follows the pattern of the Common Internet Scheme syntax described in RFC 1738. Where can I use it? On both Mac OS X and Windows you can make a shortcut file that will connect you to … Continue reading

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