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  • Automated Scripts "Replace file"

    Can I write "yes to all" in a script. I got BC to mirror my folders it just hangs waiting for an answer. Any help?

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    Re: Automated Scripts \"Replace file\"

    Hi!

    Simply take a look at the Scripting secti0on in the BC online-help. Under scripting reference you can find:

    OPTION

    Usage:
    option stop-on-error
    option confirmprompt|yes-to-all|no-to-all)

    Adjusts script processing options.

    stop-on-error makes the script watch for various error conditions, including file operation errors, and when one occurs prompts the user before continuing.
    confirm can use prompt, yes-to-all, or no-to-all to handle confirmation dialogs that occur due to file operations. By default, prompt is used.



    Bye
    Christoph

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      Re: Automated Scripts \"Replace file\"

      Sorry for being dense but where does that go? in the bat or the txt and where?

      [EDIT]Never mind, I found it it goes in the txt at the top (I have right under my Log command)[/EDIT]

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