USING THE CalcMgrCmdLineLauncher TO LAUNCH RULES IN A BAT FILE ONLY LAUNCHES THE FIRST OCCURRENCE OF THE COMMAND AND IGNORES THE REST OF THE CALLS. (Doc ID 1585685.1)

Last updated on JULY 28, 2016

Applies to:

Hyperion Planning - Version 11.1.2.1.101 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

When running a batch file that uses the clacMgrCmdLineLauncher.cmd to run 3 rules but when the batch file is launched only the first rule is executed.
Here is an example of the batch file:
start cmd
cd C:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\epmsystem1\Planning\planning1
calcMgrCmdLineLauncher.cmd -f:password.txt /A:PlApp1 /U:admin /D:Plan1 /R:PlApp1Acc1_1 > c:\rule1.log
calcMgrCmdLineLauncher.cmd -f:password.txt /A:PlApp1 /U:admin /D:Plan1 /R:PlApp1Acc1_2 > c:\rule2.log
calcMgrCmdLineLauncher.cmd -f:password.txt /A:PlApp1 /U:admin /D:Plan1 /R:PlApp1Acc1_3 > c:\rule3.log
 

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