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Re: [Pvx] VI Perform Question / Process Multiple Files

From: Scott McDonell <scott@...>
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2010 15:07:06 -0800
...which means I posted this to the wrong mail list - sorry!

On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 3:05 PM, Scott McDonell <scott@...> wrote:
> Yes, Joseph, I am asking about MAS 90 Visual Integrator.
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> Can you please send the CALL you do to invoke the VI job?  Or do you
> INVOKE a new instance of Pvx to run VI and, if so, can you please send
> the command you use?
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> Thx!
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> Scott McDonell
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> On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 3:02 PM, Joseph F. Bartoli
> <jbartoli@...> wrote:
>> I assume you are talking in MAS?
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>> What I have done is wrote a small PVX program that loops through a directory and calls the VI job for each file.  while mine requires a user to start the process, I'm sure you could set a scheduled task to start that program.
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>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Scott McDonell [mailto:scott@...]
>> Sent: Thursday, November 18, 2010 2:53 PM
>> To: providex@...
>> Subject: [Pvx] VI Perform Question / Process Multiple Files
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>> Is it possible to define a VI "perform" to have a job re-run itself on
>> a different source file?  I have a client with a folder with 1 to many
>> csv files, each of which needs to be run thru a VI job on a daily,
>> unattended basis.  I was thinking I could use the on-execute perform
>> to queue up the first file, then have on-completion move onto the next
>> file and re-run the job.
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>> Does that make sense?
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>> Or does anyone have any other ideas or is there something else already
>> built into VI that will process a job for multiple files in a folder?
>>
>> Thx!
>> Scott McDonell
>> website...... steezware.com
>> telephone.... 580-STZWARE
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