Batch Interface

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Batch Interface

Postby unsigned » Tue Mar 25, 2008 2:40 pm

Thanks for your reply. I've never used the Windows Scheduler before.=20
I've created a Batch File and put it under C:\Program Files\Software
Research\eValid\Program\Project\Group. I scheduled it but it didn't run.

I didn't specify - DD correctly. Now scheduling is working but I will
need to run the same *.evs script for about 15 times one after another;
You told me how to do this but I may have question about it later.
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Re: Batch Interface

Postby monitoring » Tue Mar 25, 2008 2:42 pm

It is important to emphasize that the scheduler is NOT
part of eValid.

The batch/command line interface is part of eValid: ... rface.html

Maybe for resources on the Windows Scheduler you can
Google "Windows Scheduler" or perhaps look on the MSDN
pages for the right knowledge-base entries that apply.
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