Well, that's not the normal use model. In practice you'd run the OCEAN scripts to setup the analyses and run the simulations - and potentially report on the results. If you've kept the normal simulation directory hierarchy, you could then open the schematic, start ADE, and then do Results->Select to pick the set of results you want to work with, and backannotate. Originally posted in cdnusers.org by adbeckett
Potentially you could automate that, I suppose. I'm not on the Cadence network at the moment, so I can't check - but it would be "sev" functions you'd need to start ADE. geOpen() to open the schematic.
With OCEAN XL in IC612 and later, this is really easy, because essentially it creates a "history point" in ADE XL which you can then point at and explore the results through the GUI. Not really much different though - you'd still probably open the schematic and so on yourself.