Run compiled/uncompiled progress file from command line

Yes it can be put in a bat file and scheduled.
This is what I do to export a text file each data of inventory status for a
customer.



Replace SERVERNAME with the url of your server. Replace 8300 with the port
number of your server if different. Replace oe101b with your version of
openedge.

If you want to run this from your workstation instead of the server then you
need to copy the mfgsys.ini to dmfgsys.ini. Edit the dmfgsys.ini to use URL
paths instead of actual paths. I had to replace all the D:\epicor to
\\SERVERNAME\epicor  (if you run it right from the server then you can skip
this and just use mfgsys.ini below)

\\SERVERNAME\epicor\oe101b\bin\prowin32.exe -db MFGSYS -ld mfgsys -H SERVERNAME
-S 8300 -N TCP -ininame \\SERVERNAME\epicor\mfgsys803\server\config\dmfgsys.ini
-T \\SERVERNAME\epicor\mfgwrk803 -p "C:\Epicor\progress files\INVexport.r"

Once setup the 1st time it is easy to do. I use a old computer to export the
files on schedule.

Contact me direct (offline) if you need help setting it up.
Doug



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From: SeanM <smcdaniel@...>
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Fri, December 17, 2010 6:51:22 AM
Subject: [Vantage] Run compiled/uncompiled progress file from command line

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Anyone have any information on how to run a progress .p or .r file from a
command line or shortcut. Trying to see if a program can be scheduled to run.







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Anyone have any information on how to run a progress .p or .r file from a command line or shortcut. Trying to see if a program can be scheduled to run.
Check the archives. I don't have an example, but I know this has been
discussed recently and I recall seeing a simple solution.

On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 7:51 AM, SeanM <smcdaniel@...>wrote:

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> Anyone have any information on how to run a progress .p or .r file from a
> command line or shortcut. Trying to see if a program can be scheduled to
> run.
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