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Run Tasks from the ENVI Toolbox

Run Tasks from the ENVI Toolbox

This topic describes the Run Task and Run GSF Task tools in the ENVI Toolbox.

Run Task


Use Run Task to run ENVITasks using dynamic user interfaces instead of writing ENVI API scripts.

  1. In the ENVI Toolbox, select Task Processing > Run Task.
  2. Select a task from the list. You can search for tasks by entering a keyword in the search window.
  3. Click Run.
  4. Enter task parameters. To learn more about the task parameters, click the blue help button. Or, refer to the help topic for that task.
  5. Enable the Preview option to preview the results.
  6. Click OK. The result is displayed and added to the Layer Manager and Data Manager.

Run GSF Task


Use Run GSF Task to run ENVITasks on a Geospatial Services Framework (GSF) server, using dynamic user interfaces.

  1. In the ENVI Toolbox, select Task Processing > Run GSF Task.
  2. In the GSF Service Endpoint field, enter an ENVI service endpoint hosted by GSF. Here is the typical format:
  3. http://server:port/ese/services/ENVI
  4. Click Connect.
  5. Select a task from the list. You can search for tasks by entering a keyword in the search window.
  6. Click Run.
  7. Enter task parameters. To learn more about the task parameters, click the blue help button. Or, refer to the help topic for that task.
  8. Click OK. The result is displayed and added to the Layer Manager and Data Manager.

Note: Input and output data must reference the same shared network resource. For example, if your input dataset is on a local drive, the GSF server will not be able to access it. Make sure that input files are in a shared network resource, and set the output files to a network location that you can access.



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