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Script to fetch actual Jumbo Hotfix take details

Hugo_vd_Kooij
Advisor

There was a serious itch  had to scratch where I want to get a fast overview of the current General Availability and Ongoing Jumbo Hotfix details.

Due to the restructuring of information I had to redesign my tool and it ended up to be a relative simple bash script.

 

 

 


   #!/bin/bash # Fetch Check Point HFA details # Design by Hugo van der Kooij CURL="curl -s" BASE="https://sc1.checkpoint.com/documents/Jumbo_HFA" for VER in R80.20 R80.30 R80.40 R81 R81.10 do if [ $VER = 
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TO ACCESS CHECKMATES TOOLBOX it's simple and free

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Hugo_vd_Kooij
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I had to fix the script a bit and the script above has been changed about 30 minutes after the original post to resolve the issue with R81

It now runs well ....

 


    *** Version R80.20 *** Take 205 - General Availability Take 211 - Ongoing *** Version R80.30 *** Take 246 - General Availability Take 251 - Ongoing *** Version R80.40 *** Take 158 - General Availability Take 153 - Ongoing *** Version R81 *** Take 65 - General Availability Take 68 - Ongoing *** Version R81.10 *** Ta
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TO ACCESS CHECKMATES TOOLBOX it's simple and free


Hugo_vd_Kooij
Advisor

Well. It didn't take Check point that long to break my script. So I am back to hacking my way back in. Stay tuned.

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TO ACCESS CHECKMATES TOOLBOX it's simple and free


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Hugo_vd_Kooij
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New version:


   #!/bin/bash # Fetch Check Point HFA details # Design by Hugo van der Kooij CURL="curl -s" BASE="https://sc1.checkpoint.com/documents/Jumbo_HFA" for VER in R80.20 R80.30 R80.40 R81 R81.10 do if [ $VER = "R81" ]; then VER2="R81.00" else VER2=$VER fi echo " *** Version $VER ***" $CURL "${BASE}/${VER}/${VER2}/${VER2}-List-of-all-Resolved-Issues.htm" | \ grep "Take" | \ grep -v "Archive" | \ grep "General" | \ sed "s/.*\">//g" | \ sed "s/<.*//g" | \ head -1 # $CURL "${BASE}
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TO ACCESS CHECKMATES TOOLBOX it's simple and free


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