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For an example of a generated MS_DOS batch file please see: Example MS-DOS Batch File


To generate a MS-DOS batch file select the 'XML Definition Files' tab on the main window then right click on a file and select 'Generate an MS-DOS Batch File'.

 

This open the MS-DOS Batch Generation Options dialog:


Batch File Output

 Generated code...
@echo off
REM ******************************************************************************
REM *
REM *
REM * Module Name:   FDI.bat
REM *
REM * Abstract:      This is a template MSDOS batch file generated by Reflect v5.0
REM *                Modify to add your own functionality if required
REM *
REM *
REM ******************************************************************************
:again
"C:\Program Files\Macrium\Reflect\reflect.exe" -e -w  -full "C:\Users\Dev\Documents\Reflect\FDI.xml"
if ERRORLEVEL 3 goto busy
if ERRORLEVEL 2 goto validation_error 
if ERRORLEVEL 1 goto backup_error
if ERRORLEVEL 0 goto ok
:busy
REM Will never get here if '-w' switch is used
echo A backup or restore operation is in progress
goto again
:backup_error
REM User cancelling a backup or any other error 
echo A Backup error has occured
goto end
:validation_error
REM Command line or XML syntax errors
echo A validation error has occured
goto end
:ok
echo ok!
goto end
:end
PropertyValue
DirectoryThe folder where the batch source file is saved
File nameThe name of the batch source file. This defaults to the XML file name with a .bat extension
Backup typeChoose from Full, Differential or Incremental.

 

Click 'OK' to generate an MS-DOS batch file

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