Auto Schedule

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Auto Schedule

Postby bep74 » Tue Mar 02, 2010 6:16 pm

It's possible schedule the direct transfer?
I want to execue it every day at 9:00 pm.
If I create an windows scheduled task, the program stopped on the first window/step... Is there a way to skip the windows?
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Re: Auto Schedule

Postby Nodrog » Mon Mar 08, 2010 11:41 am

Hi
Check out the command line syntax, I guess you need to use the autorun parameter.
Regards
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Command Line Interface
Another powerful feature of this program is the command line interface. It enables you to run the conversion without any user interaction.

It is possible to specify a settings file from the command line.

msa2mys settings=mysettings.ini
msa2mys [SETTINGS="mysettings.ini"] [, AUTORUN] [, HIDE] [, CLEARLOG]

AUTORUN - Run without interaction.

CLEARLOG - Clear the log file. If this parameter is omitted the log file will continue to grow.

HIDE - Disables messages in case of an error. Errors are logged to the log file.

SETTINGS - Specifies a saved configuration file.
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Re: Auto Schedule

Postby muscle_tech » Thu Jul 29, 2010 5:44 pm

hey there so if i understand i need to cdm-msa2mys then paste:settings=mysettings.ini
msa2mys [SETTINGS="mysettings.ini"] [, AUTORUN] [, HIDE] [, CLEARLOG]

thats it?do i need to do this every day?
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Re: Auto Schedule

Postby muscle_tech » Fri Jul 30, 2010 4:22 pm

CMD does not reconize the command..
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