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#1 2022-02-24 18:57:54

Thrakorzog
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Registered: 2018-08-23
Posts: 12

Batch File return Error Codes -ERRORLEVEL

I would like to get the exit codes so that I could flag any failures programmatically as I run the script.

So something like:
/batchFile.cmd
AutobackupPro7.exe [commandline stuff]
If %ERRORLEVEL%==2 Echo Bad Thing 2 happened | GOTO END
If %ERRORLEVEL%==1 Echo Bad Thing 1 happened | GOTO END
If %ERRORLEVEL%==0 Echo Good Thing happened | GOTO END

:END

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#2 2022-02-24 19:01:25

Fab
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Registered: 2011-05-11
Posts: 1,305

Re: Batch File return Error Codes -ERRORLEVEL

Thrakorzog wrote:

I would like to get the exit codes so that I could flag any failures programmatically as I run the script.

So something like:
/batchFile.cmd
AutobackupPro7.exe [commandline stuff]
If %ERRORLEVEL%==2 Echo Bad Thing 2 happened | GOTO END
If %ERRORLEVEL%==1 Echo Bad Thing 1 happened | GOTO END
If %ERRORLEVEL%==0 Echo Good Thing happened | GOTO END

:END

I'll look into it an try to add it in a next version


Fab

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#3 2022-02-24 19:18:11

Fab
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Registered: 2011-05-11
Posts: 1,305

Re: Batch File return Error Codes -ERRORLEVEL

I've added the following piece of code in program close instructions :

If WarningCount=0 and ErrorCount=0 then ExitCode:=0;
If WarningCount>0 then ExitCode:=1;
If ErrorCount>0 then ExitCode:=2;

That should do the trick in next version.


Fab

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#4 2022-02-24 20:13:41

Thrakorzog
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Registered: 2018-08-23
Posts: 12

Re: Batch File return Error Codes -ERRORLEVEL

Excellent!!! Merci!!!

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