I have a question:
Where do the messages go when running eValid from the command line?
Good question SBarrett.
Two principles are involved here:
eValid always writes all messages to the EventLog (which has various subsets), or to various defined files.
A Windows executable always follows Windows protocols for handling output.
Here is the eValid command line interface, which indicates where files that eValid writes are managed:http://www.e-Valid.com/Products/Documen ... rface.html
For the Windows environment you can redirect standard output and standard error in any way that Windows allows it.
FYI here is a page from a quick search:https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/110930
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