MargoT wrote:Good morning.
I'm running eValid as a monitoring engine from a command line and I need to know about how the returned error codes work?
Great question MargoT.
In batch mode, having launched eValid from a command line, the possible error modes (there are 10 of them) are encoded into a 3-byte key, where each bit (there can be multiple bits set) corresponds to a particular bit in the 3-byte string.
Sounds confusing but not really.
Here is the manual page for exit/error codes from batch invocations of eValid: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... codes.html
This is easy to read. If your script has a syntax error the 3rd bit is set and the return code is "004".
-- eValid Support