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  1. Thread: batch files

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    Then that means I am good to go. I enabled...

    Then that means I am good to go. I enabled logging and see that is the case, it steps right over the problem. Thanks again for your assistance.
  2. Thread: batch files

    by pswann
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    [QUOTE=Aaron;50295]Hello, You would need a bat...

    [QUOTE=Aaron;50295]Hello,

    You would need a bat wrapper that calls BCompare 33 times. That way, if one script has a fatal error, then it continues to the next call, which recalls the script with...
  3. Thread: batch files

    by pswann
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    That is perfect! End result is exactly what I was...

    That is perfect! End result is exactly what I was looking for. And it looks GREAT! Thanks for your help with this.
  4. Thread: batch files

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    I seem to have the scripts right, and calling all...

    I seem to have the scripts right, and calling all 33 sessions, producing 33 html files. One problem I am still having is if one of the sessions fail the script cannot keep going. Do you have a work...
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    The version upgrade fixed it thanks! This is...

    The version upgrade fixed it thanks! This is going to be a much better solution :)
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    Looks like I posted my issue under the wrong...

    Looks like I posted my issue under the wrong version. I am using 2 and it doesn't like the folder-report layout. Im getting script error:unknown command "folder-report" Is there similar for version...
  7. Thread: batch files

    by pswann
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    batch files

    I have a batch file similar to below which will not proceed to session two until session 1 is closed. I have 30 different sessions.
    bcompare.exe "session1"
    bcompare.exe "session2"
    bcompare.exe...
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