Your response helps a lot.
Another question or two.
If I develop a Windows Batch script to look in a specific Shared Folder for the existence of a file (file name changes).
How do I pass that file name to my TOAD Automation script?
Once I get that file name in to the Automation script I will then Import the file using the Import Wizard Activity.
Once I complete all my Automation Activities I will then execute a Run Program Activity to execute a Windows Batch script to move the file to a “Processed Shared
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From: Igor Manokhin [mailto:bounce-IgorM@toadworld.com]
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Subject: RE: [Toad Data Point - Discussion Forum] Weekly Automation Script
RE: Weekly Automation Script
Reply by Igor Manokhin
I presume we’re talking about Automation. if this is the case then the answer is: Yes, you can. You might want to create a batch file with ‘if exist’ command. This batch file should produce non-zero
exit code if file isn’t found. Run this batch file with Run activity. If file exists, then its Run_1_RCODE variable will contain 0. You can check its value in If…Else activity and decide if you need to continue processing your data.
In Run activity returns non-zero exit code it will produce an error you can ignore by pressing Continue On Error in the Settings activity.
I attached an example script as well as a batch file you can use as a starting point for your script. .bat extension is not allowed to upload so I changed it to txt. Please rename it back to .bat
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