Can give me a better understanding of Dynamic Log Naming and when do I need to apply them when using eValid?
Thanks for asking about that CindiL.
When running eValid from the command line -- in a batch file -- the user has essentially full control of eValid based on command line switches that are included when a script is run.
A typical example of such a command line switch is Dynamic Log Naming.
The Dynamic Log Naming feature makes sure that log files produced by eValid are all based on the root name of the playback script file name.
The user has the option of naming the log files produced by the playback engine according to the current system time.
This allows the user to have multiple log files based on the time the script was run.
If the script is used in a monitoring environment, the user should expect a number of files to be generated.
To enable the Dynamic Log Naming feature of eValid, add the "-FF" switch in the eValid command line prior to running the script.
Note that if the Dynamic Log Naming switch is used in LoadTest mode, eValid will name the logs generated based on the Command ID specified in the LoadTest (*.evl) script.
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