If you're asking if WFA can execute CLI commands against systems, the answer is "yes", but those wouldn't be workflows... those would be individual tasks. I also would like to point out that a recommendation and effectively a best practice is to leverage the API's via PowerShell or Perl in the WFA commands.
If you're asking if it is possible to call WFA workflows remotely, the answer to that question is also "yes". However, that's not exactly a 'cli'. WFA does have Web Services via REST and SOAP (REST is preferred) that allow you to programatically call WFA workflows. If that is what you're interested in, then I would suggest the following documents:
Yes, I was asking that is it possible to call WFA workflows remotely via a command line. Actually, my problem statement is that I am looking to call and execute WFA workflows through Microsoft System Center Orchestrator. I think these WFA web services call should work.
So I will take a look at these documents. Thanks...
Re: Command to run/execute workflows ready for production in workflow automation tool...
In that case, I think it might also be worthwhile if you check out this communities document: https://communities.netapp.com/docs/DOC-25899. This is where Jeremy shows how to initiate WFA workflows from vCenter Orchestrator... great stuff!
I also have a couple of requests... Please share your results when you're ready to share. Also, can you please mark if this post was helpful, or is answered? We're just trying to make sure we close out all open questions.
Ask and ye, shall receive. I actually built this little diddy a few days ago because I was trying to test for an intermittent error that I was getting with a command. (thousands of executions and finally found that the issue was the actual command (not the script... the actual command... strange). Anyway, I haven't had time to 'clean' this up but it will get you going. This is a simple script to execute a hard coded workflow with no User inputs though I do have the user inputs section definable in the script. The script executes the workflow and waits for the job to complete